FreeCast's Rabbit TV Will Bring Retail Revenue to...

Explosive new tech service evangelizes growing consumer interest in a la carte VOD over depreciating cable and satellite bundled models ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — FreeCast’s Rabbit TV has done two things since its launch in February – (1) assembled the world’s largest online library guide of freely available TV shows, […]

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Pay TV is Slipping, Cord Cutters May Be...

In the last year, for the first time ever, Pay TV providers have experienced a loss in new subscribers, and cord-cutting may be partially responsible. In the first quarter (Q1) of 2013, the Pay TV industry has lost an estimated 260,000 subscribers (according to the Leichtman Research Group). This loss was felt in the cable […]

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The TV Revolution Has Begun

For decades, cable and satellite companies have maintained a tight stranglehold on the world of TV. Time and again, new ideas and companies have attempted to topple the entertainment giants, but even with new and exciting innovations in digital media and content delivery, few if any have come close to challenging their monopoly over the […]

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Cord Cutting – Curiosity Streams Outperform TV Coverage

Newly acquired data is suggesting that many people prefer getting their news from online sources. According to Ustream, the company and website that was streaming Curiosity (The car-sized robotic rover built by NASA) on its Mars landing on August 6, More than 3.2 million people visited the live stream platform to see this spectacular event. […]

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If Facebook is Worth $100B, Could FreeCast Eventually...

(Source: PublicWire.com) A new web TV app has users spending two to three times as much time on-site as Facebook, including Facebook’s own subscribers. Given the financial controversy circling Facebook’s much-publicized $100 billion USD IPO, you have to ask yourself, “What’s the limit to all this?” As everyone knows, Facebook has aggregated nearly a billion […]

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TV Anywhere – How Some Content Providers are...

The way we watch TV is rapidly changing, but some media organizations are refusing to adapt. The Internet has become an integral part of everyday life, and in turn the way we view entertainment, news and events is being altered forever. Consumers today want the ability to watch what they want, when they want, no […]

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