What are some of the programming differences between Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) Prime Videos, Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) and Hulu Plus? Amazon has some p…
The Best of Clicker 2010 Awards may start getting recognized as the online video world’s awards season kick-off, for the second year running announcing audience favorites from ontent available online, including TV, film and web original series — with web shows dominating in terms of vote totals.
Facebook may become more directly engaged in your television consumption, thanks to a new press to media companies for greater integration. With Clicker already using Facebook to power its recommendation engine, the social network’s abilities to suggest what to watch may grow further.
Clicker is moving beyond search with a site redesign that will allow it to serve up feeds or personalized recommendations. To do so, it’s partnered with Facebook to access data from the social graph to offering users relevant videos. But how good is that data?
Hillcrest Labs announced a new edition of its TV-optimized Kylo browser today, with major integration with Clicker.tv’s TV-optimized programming guide to help users view online content on a 10-foot experience. Kylo also now offers a UK edition, as well as Windows Media Center integration.
Today on the Net: British file sharers will continue to face lawsuits, Facebook.com is now the second most visited online video site, Apple approves the PlayOn video app,Hulu tweks its iOS app, and more.
Clicker is taking its social and search capabilities mobile with a new iPhone app. The app, which will act as a companion to its website, will enable users to search for videos, share what they’re watching and create playlists of shows and videos to watch later.
The act of watching online video on one’s television might experience a serious boom in the next five years. According to In-Stat, by the year 2014 57 million US households will be watching online content on their TVs, with revenue potentially reaching $17 billion.
Today we spotlight Jim Lanzone, who, prior to founding Clicker.com, was CEO of Ask.com and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Redpoint Ventures. Below, he submits the phrase “nanocasting” for approval, sings the praises of Double Rainbow and explains why using Clicker.com is better than having a brain hemorrhage.
Clicker is adding Clicker Mobile and Clicker Social to the roster of ways the LA startup is trying to meet its mission to be the guide to in…