Cutting the Cord: Rabbit TV brings free streaming...

Rabbit TV is hopping onto Facebook. The streaming video service hopes to ride a growing wave of video on the social-networking site with its new, free Rabbit TV Lite app. Look up the app and you’ll get access to more than 400 channels — some live and some on demand — all browsable in an interactive programming grid. You won’t […]

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Universal Search: TV’s Most Aggravating Problem Demands a...

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to mourn the passing of TVii. Don’t beat yourself up if you’ve never even heard of the deceased. It stems from the fact that Nintendo never really got any market traction when this feature was introduced to its Wii gaming console nearly three years ago. Which is why […]

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The Media Industry is Changing? Yeah, We Know…

The Media industry is, for the most part, collectively stumped by the challenges presented by the rise of the internet as the primary means of delivering television content. There has been no better illustration of that, than last week’s media stock tumble. There are many moving pieces to this puzzle, but at the heart of […]

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Rabbit TV’s Rapid Rise puts Nextelligence among Inc’s...

Inc Magazine Top 500 honors FreeCast’s parent company as #360 on their list of fastest-growing private companies. Inc Magazine’s annual list of the 5000 fastest growing private companies is out, and among the prestigious top 500 companies is the Orlando-based Nextelligence, parent company of FreeCast, most well-known for its flagship product Rabbit TV. With Rabbit […]

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Rabbit TV: “Growth matches pay-TV losses”

Traditional TV providers continue to lose subscribers, with the top 10 shedding over 400,000 subscribers this past quarter alone. While cord-cutting has been acknowledged for some time now, these are worst-ever numbers for the pay-TV providers. According to analysts Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson: “A year ago, the pay-TV sector was shrinking at an annual […]

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Rabbit TV Plus Growth Matches Pay-TV Subscriber Losses

The largest quarterly loss of cable and satellite TV subscribers highlights the benefits to new web TV and video providers. Traditional TV providers continue to lose subscribers, with the top 10 shedding over 400,000 subscribers this past quarter alone. While cord-cutting has been acknowledged for some time now, these are worst-ever numbers for the pay-TV […]

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HBO Now Signups Prove Rabbit TV is on...

Between one and two million HBO Now users are a sign that cord-cutters crave content. As consumers continue to dump pay-TV, all signs say that they’re doing anything but cutting back on the amount of video that they’re watching. They’re simply getting it from other sources, and for obvious reasons. Long established as a premium […]

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FCC Regulation Move Predicted By Freecast CEO

The FCC is taking a closer look at cable providers’ billing practices, just as Bill Mobley predicted they would. Less than two weeks ago, FreeCast CEO William Mobley warned that political pressures resulting from the coming presidential campaign season could result in even more regulatory scrutiny for the perennially unpopular pay-TV providers. Specifically, he noted […]

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Actually, It's Not OTT; It's Television

The television and entertainment industry is flush with news and opinion stories appearing daily, often hourly, on OTT and its impact on the business. Today I’m going to dispense with the Over The Top (OTT) label and call it for what it really is: Television. Witness some of the recent announcements and trends: 1) A+E Networks […]

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Rabbit TV Hops Into New Free Facebook App

Expands beyond subscription offerings with 250+ free channels on the new app In a bid to expand interest in its over-the-top subscription service, FreeCast’s Rabbit TV has launched a free Facebook app that will include over 250 streaming channels. The move is designed to provide users access with some of its content and to drive […]

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