Media Investors' Jitters Fuel FreeCast’s Rocket Shot Platform:...

FreeCast, as a Virtual MSO, offers much-needed refresh for unpopular terrestrial cable and satellite TV distribution. As media stocks tumble yet again, investors are questioning the outlook of companies dependent on cable and satellite TV distribution.  The Wall Street Journal cited Time Warner’s third quarter results as stoking renewed cord-cutting fears. According to FreeCast, the […]

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FreeCast Adds Podcasts to Rabbit TV Plus Through...

As the latest content partner to join FreeCast’s Media Aggregation Platform, content from The Social Network Station will now be available to an audience of over 4 million via Rabbit TV. FreeCast and The Social Network Station® are officially announcing a partnership that will bring new content to the world’s largest online media guide. This […]

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FreeCast CEO Suggests Familiar Cable-Like Tiered Model Amid...

As content comes down from YouTube, Rabbit TV commits to deliver eyeballs without interfering with provider revenue. Cable TV’s ubiquity for a generation has familiarized consumers with the tiered model for paying for content, yet online streaming services often opt for a one-size-fits-all approach instead. Google-Owned YouTube is the latest example, launching its new subscription […]

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Here Comes Pay-TV

Being in business, I’ve learned a lot. Perhaps one of the most fascinating things relates to the idea of abundance. If one of something is good, you would think that more must be better. But this isn’t always the case. In fact, there’s a fine line between “more” of something being beneficial, and becoming a […]

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15 Must-Have Facebook Apps

Facebook has been a critical part of our lives, helping us interact with family members, reconnect with friends from our youth, and reach customers in new and exciting ways. However, Facebookers are increasingly using the site as a bouncing-off point for some of the other things they do throughout the day. Here are 15 of […]

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Cord-Cutters and TV Executives Could Both Be Dreaming...

FreeCast’s Guide offers consumers the convenience they seek without creating competition for the TV networks.   As the consumer-driven transition of the television experience to wifi devices continues, one of the fastest growing tech/media startups is solving the problem currently facing consumers: the management of so many media titles, services, and options now available to […]

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FreeCast Introduces 4 Million Customers to Paramount’s Movie...

CEO William Mobley says Paramount’s release of over 100 free movies via YouTube is a big win for consumers and for the entertainment industry. Over 4 million subscribers to FreeCast’s web-based media guide, Rabbit TV Plus, are celebrating Paramount’s recent move to release over 100 free movies via YouTube, but perhaps most excited are FreeCast’s […]

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FreeCast Resolves Online Music Monetization Puzzle

Free-to-listen ad-supported model makes the most sense for streaming music says CEO William Mobley. The music industry’s long struggle to adapt to the digital age continues, as Google’s YouTube becomes the latest company to take a crack at the challenge of getting consumers to pay for music, with a new $10 a month bundle consisting […]

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FreeCast Brings 360° Video to Facebook with Rabbit...

Amid renewed interest in virtual reality, FreeCast brings a Dedicated 360° Video Channel to Facebook. FreeCast’s new Facebook app, Rabbit TV Lite, which debuted last month to significant media attention from USA Today and others, can now add one more boast: home of the first 360° video channel on Facebook. Known as 360 Nation, the […]

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FreeCast Replicates Multi-Billion Dollar Cable TV Operators Online

National footprint on all devices and $10 annual price offer a compelling alternative to landline providers. As subscribers defect from cable TV, the once ubiquitous service is poised to follow landline telephones into irrelevancy, to be replaced by superior offerings that are accessible from all devices and locations. FreeCast, operator of the $10-a-year Rabbit TV […]

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