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Things are going well for Tidal, the high-fidelity streaming service Jay-Z recently acquired. Taylor Swift has brought her music catalog, and T-Mobile has added the service to its list of music platforms exempt from data caps.
The misguided shrieks of cable apologists are growing louder as better alternatives emerge.
The brainchild of Hulu's former CEO takes on YouTube, but cuts out the user-generated cruft.
This movie-streaming service keeps the art of indie film alive.
Sony, HBO, and Showtime reportedly seek special treatment for their online video services, but run into net neutrality rules and business concerns.
Spring has sprung. Have you watched these great movies, yet?
The app, rumored for release in second half of 2015, will reportedly require a cable subscription.
Sony's new streaming video service starts at $50 per month for 50 channels, and scales up to $70 per month for 85 channels.
The $20 per month streaming video service has nearly doubled its channel lineup since last month's launch.
Apple's long-rumored streaming video service is reportedly back on track and will launch this fall.
Sony has announced that its cloud-based PlayStation Vue TV service will be available soon in three U.S. cities and nationwide by the end 2015.
We have eight other great recommendations for the best of what's newly available on Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, and Crackle, too.
As artists get skittish about the rise of streaming music, the record industry reconsiders how much its tunes are really worth.
Programming will be available on Roku players and Roku TV models.
HBO said Monday that the HBO Now standalone streaming service will launch in April. It will be exclusive to iOS devices, but with some loopholes for Windows users.
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