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Frost & Sullivan analyst and streaming media guru Dan Rayburn stirred things up over the weekend with a strongly worded post dismissing TV Everywhere as nothing but hype to justify cable… Read more »

TV programmers are too invested in the economics of bundling to let a la carte access become an effective substitute for bundled service, unless compelled to by regulators. Researchers at Nielsen… Read more »

Cable and satellite TV service providers are rightly concerned about the threat that over-the-top video delivery poses to their core subscription business, and have responded by developing TV Everywhere platforms to… Read more »

From “The Sopranos” to “The Wire,” HBO’s original series are a big part of why many people subscribe to cable at all. Put that content online, the thinking went, and cord… Read more »

Comcast rolled out its TV Everywhere service nationwide this morning, which it insists on calling Fancast Xfinity TV for reasons no one can explain. Worse than the awful name, though, were… Read more »

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