Netflix Scores New Content in Deal with CBS


It’s a great day for new streaming content as Netflix will now have CBS content available beginning in April. Personally, I can’t wait to get my Twin Peaks on! CBS Corporation [NYSE: CBS.A and CBS] and Netflix, Inc. [Nasdaq: NFLX] today announced a two-year, non-exclusive licensing agreement that will allow select TV shows from CBS’s library, including episodes of “Medium” and […]

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Can cable block the Google TV revolution?

This is a pretty in-depth writeup on the state of internet TV, detailing what GoogleTV is currently having to deal with in its bid to enter the television market.  In a nutshell, the cable companies are doing everything they possibly can to maintain their monopoly on TV distribution, much like the RIAA attempted to do.  (Anyone remember how that turned […]

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Cablevision’s Network DVR Debuts in the Bronx

Now this is interesting, only because we’ve been hearing about this for years from Cable Companies, and now it seems to finally be rolling out. I’m not sure if customers are for or against the idea of the Cable MSO storing all their recordings, have to figure privacy advocates are not fans, but from a hardware standpoint you figure they’re […]

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ESPN Breaks Record for Cable Even though Streamed

I have a few take aways from this impressive report of how ESPN did in its broadcast of the BCS Championship game last night, where it broke the record for most viewers on a cable channel broadcast. Mainly, I hope this will quiet some of the talk how online streaming video HURTS television broadcasters. Quite impressive numbers and I would […]

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10 Tools to Get the Most Out of Netflix

I know we have a lot of Netflix users out there, so how many of you use some of these awesome websites designed to help you get the most of the streaming features? I know I only knew of a few of them, great list here. Netflix regularly has to take offline movies and TV show episodes based on the […]

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