Pay-as-you-go online video service M-Go has inked a deal with Lionsgate that will allow M-Go customers to access episodes of Mad Men and other fare from the studio.
Amazon and EPIX have signed a deal to make streaming movies like The Hunger Games, Iron Man 2 and The Avengers free to Amazon Prime members. Previously, Netflix had exclusive rights to EPIX recent releases.
May the odds be ever in your favor: In a partnership with Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) is offering a number of Hunger G…
Netflix announced a $400 million sale of stock and convertible bonds on Monday, but a closer look at its balance sheet doesn’t bode well for the streaming video provider. It’s committed billions to content license deals but has just $366 million in cash and short-term investments.
Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) continues to roll out programming deals to buff up its streaming service. The latest is a multi-year licensing deal wit…
Netflix is employing a multi-pronged approach to growing its streaming library: Get long-tail content on the cheap, pay top dollar for popular programming that will draw new users, and make some bets on exclusive original programming to differentiate from other video services.
As the idea of straight-to-streaming video has become a fairly common idea among Hollywood studios — at least as an “experiment” — Lionsga…
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Miramax has made a deal with Lionsgate to distribute its film titles on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as through digital storefronts like Apple’s iTunes and Amazon Video on Demand. But the deal doesn’t include Netflix, which will have to strike its own deal with Miramax.
Today on the Net: Disney CEO Bob Iger says affiliates should expect to pay more of their retrans fees to ABC, Lionsgate is getting into web video with 24 episodes of a new web series and Comcast shuffles its digital team ahead of the NBCU deal.