The lineup includes Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and The Today Show in the U.S. In the U.K., partners include BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Lovefilm. In Spain, it’s Antena 3, RTVE and Telefonica, and in Mexico it’s Televisa.
It’s not free TV, though. You have to already subscribe to the services, so the deal basically expands the Xbox’s capability as a streaming content adapter for the TV.
you knew they were just hiding the video functionality. damn you apple!
apple approves video recording app for iphone 2G and 3G | theappleblog.com
i pretty much watch 30 rock exclusively on hulu.
free, legal and online: why hulu is the new way to watch tv | wired.com
i’ll have to check out a couple of these sites.
forget youtube: go to these sites if you want hard core copyright infringing content | techcrunch.com
if we are the stars, shouldn’t we get paid accordingly?
paying youtube content creators easier said than done | cnet news.com
viacom comes to an understanding with youtube. let’s see how long it lasts.
youtube’s comedy compromise | eonline.com
i have to start a f’n company so i can make billions. of course, i’d probably gamble it all away or my next door neighbor would shoot me cause i wouldn’t fund their hair brained scheme of world domination. i need a drink.
youtube 2.0 | forbes.com
google to buy youtube for $1.65 billion | cnet news.com
is youtube the next napster?
i, cringely: what goes on the net stays on the net | pbs.org
act fast, these videos won’t last on youtube long.
100 awesome music videos | pitchforkmedia.com
paris is burning.
i visit the site everyday.
newsweek: is youtube the napster of video? | msnbc.com
we’ll find out today.
apple goes to the movies: lights, camera, mac-tion! | money.cnn.com
we at lancewaxer do not condone illegal activities. that said, check this out.
putting your dvds on a video ipod | wired.com
these kids are stars now. song still sucks.