FreeCast’s Select TV Creates the Most Comprehensive Source...

Select TV will bring every game from hundreds of global providers together into a single hub of streaming Olympic action. Four years ago, FreeCast brought the 2012 Olympic Games to the masses via the web, which both made a name for the company in the streaming space and laid the ground work for the company’s […]

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Select TV, FreeCast’s Next-Generation Media Platform, Debuts to...

Select TVFreeCast’s Select TV officially opens to the public, bringing the TV experience into the 21st Century. More than two years of work have culminated this week with the first public release of Select TV, FreeCast’s next generation entertainment platform. Promising “TV on Your Terms” by putting consumers in control and giving them an unlimited […]

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In Set Top Box Fight… Maybe Everybody Wins?

As its fate is debated within the halls of power by multi-billion dollar corporations, it’s easy to forget that the cable set top box is just a device. It’s salient only because that clunky box near your TV has become emblematic of its function, which is an essential one: the management of media content. This […]

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Rabbit TV Plus Rolls Out New Feature, New...

FreeCast is once again putting the Plus in Rabbit TV by adding features suggested by millions of users. Rabbit TV Plus has received yet another big upgrade, bringing a wealth of new content and features to the service, as well as a new price of $24 per year. Among the upgrades that users can now […]

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Wanted: Cable for the Web

The media industry is facing a dilemma unlike anything it’s ever seen before. The business model upon which cable TV is built is dying, under siege from web-delivered alternatives. But paradoxically, that same business model is also the future of web-video and the media industry itself. How can it be both on the way out […]

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The TV Industry’s Dumbest Problem

The television industry currently suffers from perhaps one of the dumbest problems in all of commerce. In a world in which there are few greater goals in business than being able to sell more goods and services to more people for more money, TV networks who are quite frankly desperate to recoup revenues lost to […]

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FreeCast's Mobley Says ACA President Has It Backwards

CEO William Mobley argues that small MVPDs are struggling under the status quo and would benefit from policy changes. William Mobley, founder of FreeCast and one of the pioneers of streaming video, has responded strongly to recent remarks by American Cable Association president Matt Polka that the FCC’s set top box proposal would devastate small […]

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INTX: FreeCast’s Universal Interface is the Secret Sauce...

The company promises a single UI that puts all content on all devices; exactly what consumers want and the industry needs. As INTX continues in Boston, and the FCC proceeds with efforts to unlock the cable set top box, FreeCast has joined the Consumer Video Choice Coalition to advocate for a more competitive and innovative […]

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FreeCast Plans À La Carte Online Channels:...

Amid virtual pay-TV announcements, FreeCast offers a better way for networks to recapture subscribers and revenue. As more linear channels come to the web in “skinny” virtual pay-TV bundles, FreeCast is getting ready to roll out its own approach to bringing traditional TV channels to the web. Already in talks with major TV networks, FreeCast […]

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As Visual Media Is In Flux, The Originator...

As the cable networks scramble to keep their money and the streaming world seeks new growth, a veteran of the industry gets back into the game to great success I’m not going to lie. I’d pay ridiculous amounts of money to not go to the cinema at all, and I’d probably pay more to see […]

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