Getting ready for the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas next week? The Washington Post highlights 5 Trends to Watch at CES. Topping the list is technologies for the Connected Car. Also making the list are Higher High-Def, Video on Demand, Gesture Control and Competition for Digital Advertising. CES runs January 8 through 11. . Read More
Consumers are more likely to rent DVD/Blu-ray discs than video games, but those who do spend more per month. Yet it's not a zero-sum game, according to ABI Research. Read More one comment
MGM has become the fifth major studio to license its content for rental via YouTube and Google Play, giving viewers more options while adding to YouTube’s revenue generating opportunities. Read More
PayTV operators may be leaving video-on-demand money on the table, according to a new report from market research and advisory firm . Read More
Despite limited availability and tepid consumer interest, ABI Research forecasts premium video on demand will help grow the worldwide market for VOD equipment. Premium VOD, along with advanced advertising and “catch-up” television services, will drive 20 percent growth in the worldwide market for VOD equipment, from $493 million in 2010 to $591 million in 2016.
In its new report, Video-on-Demand, Video Server, Ad Server, Content Delivery Network Hardware, ABI Research says the total cost of premium VOD is expensive but still [...].
New York — Porn has always been a flourishing business, but with the set of the recession people are looking for ways to save money even in this area. Just ask Time Warner Cable, which blames some loss in profits on free Internet porn.
AllThingsD reported Friday that Time Warner Cable’s video-on-demand business, which includes its adult film library, dropped a third in its second quarter profits — down 13.5 percent, or $14 million — due to customers’ preferring free alternatives.
Philadelphia – Comcast, the nation's largest cable TV provider, announced on Tuesday that it has signed an agreement with independent film distributor IFC Entertainment, to offer movies on its video-on-demand service on the same day that they premiere in theaters. Launching in March, the IFC in Theaters service will debut two independent films each month on Comcast On Demand on the same day as their theatrical release, for a video-on-demand viewing fee of $5.99 per [...].