MarketWatch FreeCast's Next Gen TV Platform Allows Broadcasters to...

Working with broadcasters, FreeCast’s technology will reduce costs of OTA content delivery, while making new niche “Microchannels” more widely available As broadcasters are looking beyond local studios for content, FreeCast has finished developing a new broadcasting platform that allows for distribution of content beyond the web and on to low-power OTA broadcast television stations. Video […]

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To FreeCast and Consumers, FCC Decision is an...

With the FCC’s imminent decision on the future of the cable set-top box grabbing headlines, it’s easy to forget about the reality of the TV business. Consumers won’t continue to pay $231 a year per cable box, whether the FCC takes their side or not. They have already rejected the exorbitant fees, dated hardware, and […]

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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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In FCC Set Top Decision, Some Companies See...

New Set Top Box Rules will Change Television Forever Convenience is key. Everyone wants everything to be simpler in all facets of life and one of the things we spend the most time with is digital entertainment. CBS, ESPN, and HBO are now joined by Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu among channels with millions of views […]

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FCC Set Top Box Decision Puts FreeCast on...

The web-TV leader’s heavy investment in media SaaS IP and state-of-the-art set top box hardware leaves them ready and waiting for this moment. With the FCC’s decision to unlock the lucrative set top box market, a tidal wave of innovation and competition is expected in that space. But as the tech giants head to the […]

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FreeCast CEO Warns that Cable Industry Risks Drawing...

Industry veteran and FreeCast CEO William Mobley says it’s essential that the TV industry shape up to avoid burdensome regulation.   On the heels of sweeping new net neutrality regulations, politicians have already begun chattering about further ratcheting up the scrutiny of cable and broadband providers. Lack of competition, high and rising prices, and poor […]

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The FCC kills the Merger FCC Recommends Hearing in Possible Death Knell for...

A hearing suggests that the FCC believes that the proposed merger is in conflict with the public interest, and is unlikely to result in approval. According to the Wall Street Journal, the FCC plans to recommend a hearing on the proposed marriage of cable giants Comcast and Time Warner. This move is widely seen as […]

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Closed Captioning on Rabbit TV

Here at Rabbit TV, we’re all about making Internet TV as easy as possible – that means doing whatever we can to reduce the difficulty and frustration of finding quality TV shows, movies and more online. Recently, we’ve been getting a lot of questions from our deaf and hard-of-hearing users about the availability of closed […]

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Fun Bags & Four-Letter Words – The Future...

A case has recently been brought to the Supreme Court that may result in reduced censorship of broadcast networks, which means we may begin seeing bare breasts, F-bombs and intense violence on networks such as FOX, ABC and other popular TV networks in the near future. On Tuesday, the top entertainment providers in the industry, […]

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