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Sony's Crackle.com to kick off new video 'season'

Video entertainment site will reportedly unveil six new shows as part of its upcoming round of programming, which starts December 1.

By November 23, 2008


Sony Pictures confirms feature-film talks with YouTube

Studio could give YouTube a big boost in full-length feature content while YouTube could help studio boost traffic to its own Web site, Crackle.

By April 9, 2009


PS3 system update v2.30 now available

The PlayStation 3's latest firmware update--which unveils a PlayStation Store overhaul and adds DTS Master Audio decoding for Blu-ray movies--is now available.

By April 15, 2008


Verizon sending antipiracy notices for Hollywood, too

Long considered disinterested in playing copyright cop, Verizon apparently has a change of heart. The company is now forwarding violation notices on behalf of NBC Universal--as well as the RIAA.

By November 14, 2009


YouTube wants to offer film rentals

This would be a natural progression for YouTube, a company that has for the past year attempted to become a hub for feature films, but no deals are done yet.

By September 2, 2009


Sony goes snap Crackle and pop

Sony has relaunched the video site Grouper under the Crackle title.

By July 17, 2007


PS3 to get DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, new PlayStation store

The latest firmware update on the PS3 will add DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, plus a major overhaul to the PlayStation Store.

By April 10, 2008


YouTube, Sony Pictures in talks over feature films

The Google video site continues to pursue full-length content from major motion-picture studios and TV networks. Sony Pictures' Crackle wants a big audience.

By April 6, 2009


Sony Pictures is on YouTube, Hulu, but not Joost anymore

Licensing deal with Joost expires and studio doesn't renew. The struggles of the former high-flying video service continue.

By April 21, 2009


Film studio blames money woes on economy, tech

Sony Pictures Entertainment tells employees it plans to cut 450 jobs next month, saying the economy and technology have changed people's film-consuming habits.

By February 2, 2010