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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While Aereo Grabs Headlines, Rabbit TV Grabs Audience

Rabbit TV selling at major retailers nationwide, sets stage for Internet-based ‘a la carte TV’ Click Here to View the Original Press Release on PRNewswire ORLANDO, Fla., April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ It’s no secret that Internet and wireless bandwidth will inevitably replace cable’s outdated and costly infrastructure when it comes to the delivery of digital […]

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Freecast.com Grows, Readies Launch of “a la carte...

FreeCast’s 5000+ channel eMedia Guide, new state-of-the-art device, and rapidly growing subscriber base plans to offer pay-per-channel premium programming alternatives to cable and satellite distributors. ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Since its launch in January, Freecast.com’s eMedia Guide has quickly established itself as the leading resource for consumers seeking a low-cost alternative to traditional cable and satellite services. […]

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Facebook App by FreeCast Fuels Cord Cutting Growth

ORLANDO, FL, April 30, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — Whether you’re aware of it or not, the world of entertainment is changing forever as two Internet revolutions continue to gain momentum. The first, and more developed of the two, is a social revolution, in which all aspects of everyday life are becoming deeply intertwined with online social media networks […]

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Sony, LG, Samsung & Vizio Jump on Google...

Yesterday marked the first day of CES 2012, and to no one’s surprise, one of the hottest topics of the day was the future of Google TV. Following its release last year, Google’s home-theater incarnation of the Android platform was met with limited enthusiasm. At the time, only two companies offered Google TV products, and […]

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