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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Disney on the Warpath Over Verizon’s Unbundling of...

Disney pulls FiOS ads from its channels as ESPN sues Verizon for breach of contract. Many consumers see unbundling of pay-TV as inevitable, but one company has made it clear that they’re not going to be unbundled quietly. Disney-owned channels, which include ABC stations, A&E Networks, and the company’s flagship ESPN, have all pulled advertising […]

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ESPN Pushes Back against Verizon’s Unbundling Plan

The most expensive network on television insists on being in every cable lineup, not an optional add-on. To the surprise and delight of consumers that have long been asking for à la carte TV, Verizon unveiled a plan last week that would allow consumers greater customization of their TV bundles, allowing them to opt for […]

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Texans at Jets Monday Night Football Live Online

Click Here to Watch the Jets vs Texans Live Online The Jets vs Texans Monday Night Football game streams live online at 8:30pm ET. (Live streaming coverage of Monday Night Football may require authentication.) This week’s Monday Night Football matchup between the Houston Texans and the New York Jets has ‘blowout’ written all over it. […]

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Who Won at the 2012 ESPYs?

Some of the world’s best athletes were honored and made fun of last night as comedian Rob Riggle hosted the 2012 ESPYs in Los Angeles. Riggle, formerly of ‘The Daily Show’, cracked on Anthony Davis’ famous unibrow, Drew Brees’ long-term contract issues with the New Orleans Saints and the entire city of Cleveland for having […]

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