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U-verse TV on Windows 7 video phones

AT&T’s U-verse has launched the AT&T U-verse Mobile app for Windows Phone 7 devices and is allowing any AT&T Windows Phone user to use the app watch hit TV shows…

Time Warner VOD at DVD window

Time Warner has said it will be one of the first studios to run a VoD platform providing films at the same time as the theatrical release. It says it…

Australia VOD at DVD window

Foxtel and Hybrid Television Services have both reached landmark agreements with a number of Hollywood studios to start bringing forward movie release dates in line with DVD releases in Australia.…

C4 VOD with FilmFlex

C4 VOD with FilmFlex

Channel 4 has teamed up with FilmFlex to launch a video-on-demand digital film rental service for Film4 with more than 500 titles available at launch. Film4oD will offer a 48-hour…

Netflix Canada on Xbox 360

Netflix Canada on Xbox 360

Netflix has announced that Netflix members in Canada can now instantly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes streamed from Netflix to the TV via Xbox 360. There is no…

Redbox to stream movies next year

US movie rental vending machine company Redbox has confirmed that it will offer streaming movies over the Internet in 2011. CEO of parent company Coinstar, Paul Davis revealed a strategic…

On Demand Group content for Neelix

Inview Technology, a supplier of royalty free EPGs, and On Demand Group have signed an agreement to launch video streaming on the Neelix platform allowing viewers access to a huge…

Lovefilm cuts losses, revenues up

Lovefilm cuts losses, revenues up

LoveFilm has lowered its pre-tax loss to £934,000 (E1.06m) in 2009, from £7.4 million in 2008, as revenues increased by one third. The online film rental service reported its paying…

Channel 4 considers online pay options

Channel 4 considers online pay options

UK broadcaster Channel 4 has not discounted the possibility of charging for some of its online content, according to its head of VOD Content, Sarah Milton. She told delegates at…

Netflix moving online only, net up 26%

After building a successful business by shipping millions of DVDs every month in the mail, Netflix expects by the end of this year to start letting subscribers give up discs.…

Sony launches movie channel

Sony launches movie channel

Sony Movie Channel, the first US multi-platform television network from Sony Pictures Television (SPT), has launched on Dish Network, DirecTV and AT&T U-verse TV on linear as well as on…

Find Any Film on YouView

Find Any Film on YouView

Find Any Film, an on-demand movies search website backed by the UK Film Council, has confirmed its support for new IPTV platform YouView. The site, which enables UK film fans…

Lovefilm app for PS3

As of next month, Sony PS3 owners will be able to order a movie using the Lovefilm app, and choose whether to stream it via their games console or continue…

Paramount show secures online VOD deals

Paramount Pictures has struck a series of international digital distribution deals for The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, an online adventure series. The series, which Paramount calls The LXD, has already…

Warner VOD for VimpelCom

Russian telco VimpelCom has made an agreement with Warner Brothers Digital Distribution for content to be added to the VOD library of the telco’s IPTV service ‘Beeline TV’. Content covered…