Starting with one for MTV and MTV2, they build on the company's current "second screen" apps and add on-demand video, plus new webisode-style series. But most of it is only for people who already pay.
Spotify wants to hook you up with more than just catchy beats. For that to work for the masses, the company must know what you'll like before you do -- even if it's not music.
M-Go is a new competitor to Amazon and Vudu that offers on-demand TV and movie streaming to tablets and compatible televisions.
Webcasters, such as Pandora, saw following increase by 27 percent while on-demand players, such as Spotify and Rhapsody grew by 18 percent.
Sling TV is a new $20-per-month live TV package with 16 channels, including ESPN, AMC, TNT, CNN, History, HDTV and the Disney Channel. How does it work, how can you get it -- and will it let you quit cable?
Sky has unveiled Now TV, a new pay as you go online TV service and direct rival to Lovefilm and Netflix.
Think an iDevice is the only way to see HBO's new streaming service? Think again. For $9.99 you can sling it just about anywhere -- for three months.
Rdio unveils a $3.99-a-month plan that gives you infinite skips on Pandora-like radio stations plus 25 on-demand songs of your choosing. In other words: a riff on Rhapsody UnRadio.
The nation's largest cable provider has confirmed plans to deliver Ultra HD content to its subscribers via a new set-top box called the Xi4 later this year.
With so many ways to stream an endless amount of music, it can be hard to pick the right option. In this guide, we examine the top music-streaming services, spotlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each.