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Netflix and NBC ink new streaming deal

Posted in Netflix by Shane McGlaun on September 24th, 2010

I was on Netflix years ago and cancelled my subscription because I never got the new films I really wanted to see. With the company beefing up its streaming, service so much I am about ready to join up again. The company has just announced a new streaming agreement is in place with NBC.

The agreement will see some of the most popular NBC Universal shows come to the streaming service. Notable additions will include old episodes of “Saturday Night Live” and day after streaming of new episodes of the show as well. All episodes from past seasons of the shows “30 Rock,” “The Office” and “Law & Order: SVU,” are being added.

NBC, Time Warner are sticking with Flash

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2010

Apparently, everybody isn’t ready to throw Flash under the bus just because Steve Jobs doesn’t like it. Time Warner and NBC have just told Apple that they will stick with flash for their online video players, thank you very much.

The New York Post says, “several large media companies, including Time Warner and NBC Universal” told Apple they aren’t converting their video libraries to HTML5. Doing that would be too expensive an undertaking and not worth it, since Flash works on basically everything but Apple’s devices. Makes sense to us.

Hulu to remain free

Posted in Comcast by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2009

Hulu to remain freeComcast has announced its buyout of NBC and there are some interesting details. Comcast now owns 51 percent of NBC-Universal compared to GE’s 49 percent and so will manage the entity. But what you really want to know is what is going to happen with HULU right?

When asked about TV Everywhere and Hulu, Comcast COO Steve Burke says that “NBC has been careful not to put too much cable content on the Internet. We think that’s a smart strategy… We think that going forward, you’re going to continue to have free broadcast stuff on Hulu, and cable stuff on TV Everywhere.”