Selected WB TV shows will be available via video-on-demand services "just hours" after their local broadcast.
The agreements include the rights to stream past episodes from the Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Warner Bros. Animation.
The studio signs a deal with Netflix that will make the streaming service the exclusive online home of prior seasons of several shows.
SyFy is reported to be going back even further than "Smallville" to meet Kal-El's grandfather on the planet Krypton.
Markus "Notch" Persson, creator of the beloved indie sandbox sensation, reveals on Twitter that Warner Bros. and his studio Mojang are bringing Minecraft to the big screen.
Comcast stands alone with cable's biggest (and getting bigger) market share and its first cloud-based system. As TV and the Net fuse, exec Marcien Jenckes' hunches are more than just guesswork.
Mark Horak, the former president of the Americas at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, will join the DVD-rental kiosk company in March.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler believes online video services should have the same access to content as cable companies, and he has proposed tweaking regulation to ensure that happens.
The service will bundle around 75 channels and initially be available to PS3 and PS4 owners before expanding to other devices.
Forrester Research also predicts that annual spending on online ads in the US will top $100 billion in 2019, as advertisers follow consumer habits.