Does Cinemax’s iPad app violate Apple’s no-porn policy?

Anyone who’s ever subscribed to Cinemax might know it better for the availability of softcore porn during late-night hours than its Hollywood movie library. Now it’s bringing that content to the iPad through its Max Go app. But does that violate Apple’s strict anti-porn policy?

Vid-Biz: Google TV, Cinemax to Go, YouTube Profitability

Today on the Net: Google CEO Eric Schmidt confirmed that Google TV products would be on sale soon but dismissed the threat from Apple TV, Cinemax has launched its first broadband TV Everywhere offering on Verizon FiOS and YouTube still isn’t profitable but should be soon.

HBO and Cinemax Going Online With Comcast

HBOHBO (s TWX) and Cinemax will join Comcast’s (s CMSCA) OnDemand Online trial this summer, giving the cable company’s authentication scheme a high-profile partner. As part of the agreement, 750 hours of content from the two networks will be made available through Comcast.net and Fancast.com.

According to the press release, at launch the content available will include:

  1. Full-length episodes of current and classic HBO series like True Blood, Hung, Entourage, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Wire, Sex and the City, The Sopranos and Real Time with Bill Maher.
  2. Popular theatrical movies including Transformers, The Dark Knight, Tropic Thunder, Atonement, Brokeback Mountain, Michael Clayton, Shrek the Third, Kung Fu Panda, Get Smart, The Bourne Ultimatum, The X-Files: I Want to Believe. Titles coming soon include: Juno, Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who, Mamma Mia! and Burn After Reading.
  3. Top classic films such as Jurassic Park, Big, Mrs. Doubtfire, Speed and Rosemary’s Baby.
  4. HBO Family programming including enduring favorites like Harold and the Purple Crayon.

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Eli’s Dirty Jokes Score Cinemax Deal

Eli’s Dirty Jokes — an animated series that brings to life jokes told by 79-year-old Eli Buchalter, the accountant for web studio GoPotato.tv, which produces the show — will begin airing on Cinemax.