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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Taking Broadcast Over-the-Top

Putting broadcast TV channels directly onto the Internet may have been a non-starter in the Supreme Court, but a lot of entrepreneurs plus a few big media companies still think it’s a good idea—and it can be done—legally. Nearly two years after the United States Supreme Court dashed Aereo’s concept for retransmission-without-payments, at least a […]

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Actually, It's Not OTT; It's Television

The television and entertainment industry is flush with news and opinion stories appearing daily, often hourly, on OTT and its impact on the business. Today I’m going to dispense with the Over The Top (OTT) label and call it for what it really is: Television. Witness some of the recent announcements and trends: 1) A+E Networks […]

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Antenna TV Cable TV Feels the Pinch as Consumers Flock...

From the rabbit ear antennas of old to a plethora of new OTT services, consumers seek refuge from high cable bills. Consumers have long known that there’s almost no competition among cable TV providers. But in recent years, those TV providers have found themselves competing against some unlikely rivals, and increasingly, losing. One alternative to […]

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Cablevision Continues to Court Cord-Cutters with OTT and...

The company will sell bandwidth paired with TV antennas and subscriptions to Hulu and HBO Now. Cable companies have long been the object of consumer ire. Thanks to regional monopolies, they’re often one of the only, if not the only, option for many to get pay-TV service as well as internet access. And for years […]

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YouTube and TV OTT Ad Revenues Forecast to hit $40 Billion

As TV ratings slump, will content providers eventually find OTT makes more financial sense? A new report from the Diffusion Group predicts that OTT ad revenues will quadruple to $40 billion in the next five years, while traditional TV advertising will hold steady at around $85 billion. Ad spending continues to shift from television to […]

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Rabbit TV Select – $99 Set Top Device...

Company’s Quad-Core Powered Unit Transcends Today’s Simple App Players While Targeting 730M Non-Smart Flat Panel TVs LAS VEGAS, NV — FreeCast, the content discovery and management engine behind Rabbit TV, today announced its newest product offering dubbed ‘Rabbit TV Select’, set to be a game changer in set top box market.

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Rabbit TV Announces App-Free Windows 8 Optimization for...

Popular Video-On-Demand (VOD) Service Now Provides App-less Access to Largest Entertainment Library Online for Millions of New Windows-powered Devices Rabbit TV, a heavy seller in retail chains nationwide since its launch in February, today released a substantial update expected to revolutionize the way people look at mobile entertainment – which until now has been weighed […]

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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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