Post Tagged with: "Crackle"

As Seinfeld indicates, digital-only shows are a viable option
/ July 6, 2012 10:10 am
As Seinfeld indicates, digital-only shows are a viable option

Jerry Seinfeld is distributing his upcoming series on Crackle. Even though getting network TV deal is certainly an option for someone with his clout and credentials, Seinfeld chose simplicity and control instead. Read More

Crackle expands its Canadian and U.K. availability
/ April 13, 2012 8:10 am
Crackle expands its Canadian and U.K. availability

Crackle, Sony’s streaming TV and movie service, has expanded its distribution to Sony device users in Canada and the U.K., giving them more control over how and where to watch. Read More

SnagFilms expands distribution, capabilities and executive team
/ March 27, 2012 11:12 am
SnagFilms expands distribution, capabilities and executive team

SnagFilms intends to be the go-to brand for independent films, and it just took further steps in that direction with newly unveiled distribution platforms, the launch of new social media and mobile applications, and several new executive hires. Read More

IAWTV Awards Names Winners [with video and full list]
/ January 13, 2012 10:45 am
IAWTV Awards Names Winners [with video and full list]

The nonprofit International Academy of Web Television now has its very own. The inaugural IAWTV Awards event was held Thursday evening, appropriately as part of the 2012 International . Read More

Fanhattan Welcomes Crackle, Lifetime and PBS
/ December 2, 2011 1:09 pm
Fanhattan Welcomes Crackle, Lifetime and PBS

Fanhattan has added Crackle, Lifetime and PBS content to the collection of streaming content it makes available through its free app. They join existing content partners Netflix, HuluPlus, iTunes, ABC and Vudu on the increasingly popular service. Read More

Sony’s Crackle Gets Horrible for Halloween [with teaser video]
/ October 20, 2011 6:07 am
Sony’s Crackle Gets Horrible for Halloween [with teaser video]

Sony Pictures Entertainment's Crackle is using Halloween as a way of drawing attention to its library of free movies and television programs. It has launched "Kill Count," a collection of 30 uncut and uncensored horror films, which audiences can watch, rate and discuss with other viewers on the multi-platform video entertainment network. Read More

Xbox 360 Confirms TV Entertainment Hub Deals [with infographic]
/ October 5, 2011 11:58 am
Xbox 360 Confirms TV Entertainment Hub Deals [with infographic]

Microsoft has been dropping hints since June about adding TV to its Xbox 360 entertainment hub, and today it announced the deals that will make this initiative actually happen. In the U.S., the company has partnerships with Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and "The Today Show" to bring on-demand television to the Xbox. Read More

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