Posts Tagged: Netflix

How the iPad Could End Cable TV

Who would win in a fight between iPad and cable/satellite operators?  The question is really more like when.  The small tablet device, closer to a remote control than a television or computer, has been placed into an interesting pickle.  It’s the first massively adopted device that plays the role of both a remote control, a… Read more »

Clerks Comes To Netflix

Cable-cutting fans of the Miramax collection, boasting 284 Academy Award nominations with 68 Oscar wins, will be delighted to see them finding their way to streaming services across the map. Filmyard Holdings, who purchased Miramax from Disney late last year for $660 million, has shown quite a commitment to their digital strategy. Licensing their catalog… Read more »

Netflix Original Content

Netflix has confirmed that they will be licensing “House of Cards,” a political thriller set to release in 2012, produced by David Fincher and starring Kevin Spacey. Like most of my fellow cable cutters out there, I am always ecstatic to hear new content is landing on Netflix. “House of Cards,” however, may become more than just another Netflix… Read more »

Amazon Releases Unlimited Streaming For ‘Prime’ Members

Officially throwing their hat into the subscription based video streaming ring, Amazon has announced that Amazon Prime members ($79/year) now have access to unlimited steaming of  over 5,000 movies and television shows alongside their unlimited two-day shipping. If you’re a ‘Prime’ member who doesn’t already have Netflix, then this should be great news. If you are like… Read more »