Posts Tagged: Netflix

The Numbers Are In… Find Out What That Means for the Future of Film

IHS Screen Digest recently released their analysis of the 2011 US online film industry with some major changes from 2010. Other than the industry doubling to reach $992 million, it showed a major shift in consumption from transactional models to subscription models. Netflix alone jumped from a 0.5% market share to a 44% market share… Read more »

Forget Sun-Bathing… What Hulu Thinks You Should Do This Summer

In an declaration of war on our intake of Vitamin D, Hulu has announced three original shows and seven exclusives slated to air this summer. The half-hour originals include: Spoilers, a movie review show hosted by Kevin Smith; Up to Speed, a travel series hosted by Timothy “Speed” Levitch; and We Got Next, a scripted comedy following a pickup basketball team. The… Read more »

YouTube and Google Play Add 600 MGM Titles

Hot off the heels of a deal that brought 500 Paramount films to their movie rental service, YouTube has announced another major studio partnership with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. This ink brings over 600 MGM titles to YouTube/Google Play including some of the best action flicks of all time — Terminator, Robocop, and Rocky. They have not made clear all the titles included though, stating instead… Read more »

15 Services That Have Changed The Way We Discover And Consume Music And Video

If we could take a snapshot of the state of the digital music industry when The Orchard was first born in 1997, it would hardly be recognizable. With the foresight of industry veterans and young, tech savvy entrepreneurs alike, digital music innovations were a-brewin’ back then and slowly making their way to the fingertips of consumers. We’ve put together 15… Read more »