Most people don’t spend 90 minutes watching whole movies on their phones, which is why Netflix may soon serve them two-minute clips of the best scenes.
A Better Tomorrrow, Shaolin and Kung Fu Dunk are some of the movies now available on DramaFever, which also plans to launch a dedicated site for documentaries later this year.
YouTube is profitable, and generates billions — but not as much as some think, according to a new report.
OnCue’s boss Erik Huggers is out at Verizon, and he isn’t alone: at least four other executives have left Verizon, or decided not the join the company when the OnCue acquisition closed.
Netflix is getting another animated kids show from DreamWorks, and Hulu may get its hands on Community.
Netflix is making its worst-kept secret official: It’s expanding to Germany, France and four adjacent countries later this year.
Samsung’s Project Glue will let users in Singapore and the Philipines rent TV shows for as little as $6.50 per season.
Following the launch of its new Milk music streaming service, Samsung is now busy assembling a team to build a new video service.
Orange is the New Black will be back, and then some: Netflix just renewed its hit show for a third season a month before the second season premieres on the service.
70 percent of all U.S. TV viewers love to binge watch, and a notable chunk of them would actually pay more if they had access to a whole season.