With over 400 films in his library, the leading B-movie maker has a plethora to offer subscribers who pay $4 a month. Among the treats? Jack Nicholson's earliest appearances.
YouTube's new subscription service lets content makers charge viewers to access their shows. The program is just a pilot for now.
Video technology combines footage from different cameras to allow people to see the same event from multiple angles.
The billionaire entrepreneur gets behind the maker of smart-TV technology that mixes social networking with television content.
At a time when some in Hollywood are wondering whether Netflix is a threat, Disney hands over TV content to Web's top video rental service. Is Hulu the big loser in this?
The major TV networks fear that Google plans to distribute their content over the Web without compensating them. They say if Google wants content, the search engine must pay.
HDNet founder says Hollywood unlikely to allow Netflix to offer films on the cheap when the cable companies are willing to pay billions for the privilege.
Google TV could be the solution to a problem that has eluded tech geniuses for years: how to marry the PC and the TV. Win or lose, it says much about Google's clout outside of search.
The satellite TV provider says ESPN 3D and another dedicated 3D channel will be available to all customers as a free upgrade.
Was it a glitch or a mischievous prankster who pulled the fire alarm during the South by Southwest Interactive Festival? Or maybe a sign that it's happy hour?