Media Aggregation Company FreeCast Alleges Trademark Infringement by...

The parent company of Rabbit TV Plus and SelectTV is not affiliated in any way with freecast.xyz and plans to pursue legal action against owners of the infringing website. FreeCast Inc, the company whose SmartGuide software powers numerous consumer-facing web television brands, including Rabbit TV Plus and SelectTV, is not affiliated with the operators of […]

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FreeCast forges micro-channel TV ecosystem

Claiming to be ushering in a new generation of low-cost television, media aggregation firm FreeCast has announced plans to create a new digital television ecosystem. By using low-cost web and over-the-air (OTA) distribution, the company intends to create a television platform that it claims will be both more profitable and more accessible for content creators, […]

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FreeCast’s New Micro-Channels Usher In the Next Generation...

Niche channels will deliver a hyper-targeted interactive audience, ripe for national and local advertisers, as well as brand sponsorships. Media aggregation firm FreeCast is announcing plans to create a new digital television ecosystem. By using low-cost web and over-the-air (OTA) distribution, the company intends to create a television platform that is both more profitable and […]

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SelectTV Parent FreeCast Not Affiliated with Video Transmitting...

FreeCast Inc has successfully enforced its trademark, reaching an agreement with the other company. FreeCast Inc, the Global Intertainment Company behind SelectTV, Rabbit TV Plus, and other services powered by the company’s SmartGuide technology is not affiliated with the purveyors of a live video streaming device also known as Freecast Live. FreeCast Inc’s attorneys have […]

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NAB 2017: FreeCast focuses on ATSC 3.0 opportunity

As part of its strategy to offer customers the opportunity to have pick and pay à la carte premium channels, FreeCast plans to deliver a competitive pay-TV experience over-the-air using the new ATSC 3.0 standard. Explaining the rationale for the move, the online video firm says that to date consumers have been forced to choose […]

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A Backdoor Way To Make À La Carte...

So called “skinny bundles” were going to be the next big thing in TV, at least until people figured out that they were still bundles, which meant that sometimes they had the programming that viewers wanted and sometimes they didn’t. Which meant adding on “extras” until the skinny bundles—and their price tags—got kind of fat. […]

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FreeCast Talks Wireless TV over ATSC 3.0 at...

Working in conjunction with the nation’s largest broadcast distributor, FreeCast plans to deliver a competitive pay-TV experience over-the-air. Consumers have long been forced to choose between a few dozen channels of varying reception with an HDTV antenna or hundreds of cable networks via costly cable and satellite subscriptions. But with the new ATSC 3.0 standard, […]

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NAB 2017: FreeCast advances à la carte TV

Aiming to fulfil what it believes is an age-old consumer wish to break the bundle and pick and pay for individual channels, FreeCast has unveiled its SelectTV à la carte TV strategy. FreeCast’s core Cloud Entertainment Platform manages over two million pieces of content globally, and facilitates consumer access to free and ad-supported streaming content, […]

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FreeCast Advances À La Carte TV Discussion at...

New revenues from over-the-top channel distribution solve major networks’ declining cable revenue conundrum online.   As FreeCast continues building consumer-centric TV experiences, the company is announcing plans to fulfill an age-old consumer wish: à  la carte TV. Taking advantage of the audience provided by the National Association of Broadcasters’ Show in Las Vegas, FreeCast revealed […]

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