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A new digital video service, providing users both on-demand and digital copies of film and television titles, is being launched by Sainsbury's to directly compete with Netflix, Lovefilm and Sky.
With consumers buying high definition televisions in droves, the demand (no pun intended, really) for high definition video content has gone through the roof. After spending a decent chunk of change on these televisions, people...
TV chairman Michael Grade yesterday admitted the broadcaster had fallen behind its rivals in adapting to the online world but promised to leapfrog them with its ambitious new broadband portal. A video on demand service...
The BBC's iPlayer service has been given the green light by the BBC Trust after consultations with 10,500 individuals and organisations via a public value test. The service, which will launch later this year, allows...
Comcast Corp., the largest U.S. cable television operator, on Wednesday said it will offer subscribers to its high-speed data service a new bundle of on-demand video games. Comcast said that for a separate monthly fee...
Rainbow Media and g-NET media plan to launch a service entitled 24seven gamer for on-demand TV next month. g-NET Media, a producer and publisher of video game-related programming, has today announced a...
Infinium Labs may once and for all put jokes about its phantom products to rest. On Monday the company said its Phantom Gaming Service will go on sale Nov. 18, two years after the Florida...