Amazon is going shopping for TV content, and it's putting some beach volleyball in its cart.
America's media giants have seen this movie before: Big Tech enters an industry with piles of cash and new ways of doing business, devastating the competition.
Online giant Amazon has created its first subscription channel, Anime Strike, in an expansion of its streaming television offerings.
A cheer exploded as comic action hero Daredevil burst from a "war room" on the Netflix campus and dashed to nearly every country in the world the instant Friday arrived.
In mid-January, Netflix announced a ban on the use of proxies, unblockers and virtual private networks (VPNs) – all technical work-arounds to view movies and TV programs unavailable in the subscriber's country. This announcement ...
Netflix says it will make a special effort to produce programming for children and families, with the streaming service offering 20 new programs in the category this year led by the Feb. 26 premiere of the "Fuller House" ...
Reuters news websites were inaccessible in China on Friday, the latest Western news organisation to be blocked in a country where censors keep a tight grip over information.
Apple is in talks aimed at getting hold of content for a pay-television service, technology news website Re/code reported on Wednesday.
In the "LinkedTV" project, researchers are seamlessly connecting TV offerings with the Internet. Audiences will benefit from an informative and personalized viewing experience.
If you are on the road and want to watch live TV and recorded shows on your phone or tablet, there aren't many easy options.