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Sports Without the Cord
Jan 30 2012 8:00 AM

To some people, cutting the cord is a no brainer. With the economic slump, many have made due with Netflix, Hulu, among a bevy of other services.

Weekly Rewind: HBO Hits Netflix Where It Hurts
Jan 06 2012 8:00 AM

HBO deals a blow to Netflix. Interactive ads on Christmas saw higher engagements than on Cyber Monday. New numbers from Deloitte reaffirm cord cutting is a real phenomenon. All that and more in your weekly rewind.

Online Video, Pay TV
Weekly Rewind: Will Apple Offer A La Carte Programming?
Dec 30 2011 8:00 AM

Apple could disrupt the TV industry with a la carte pricing. Customers are lowering cable bills just by asking. More people are choosing tablets instead of expensive TV sets. All that and more in your weekly rewind.

Monetization, Pay TV
The Digital Living Room: Notes from Last Week's Conference
Dec 14 2011 8:00 AM

Decades ago, American living rooms were marked by boxy monochromatic television sets topped with rabbit ears. Fast forward to 2011, and living rooms are home to television sets that are vibrant, razor thin and connected to the Internet. In a not-too-distant future, the living room and TV set will take on a new form.

Online Video, Pay TV
Time to Pull the Plug on Cord Cutting Hype
Dec 13 2011 8:00 AM

Digital Trends recently ran a piece on cord-cutting with a splashy photo of scissors slicing through a cable cord.

Weekly Rewind: Xbox Update Means You Can Talk to Your TV
Dec 10 2011 8:00 AM

Lose the remote: Microsoft now lets you talk to your TV. Rumors are Verizon will be all up in Netflix's business. After overcoming a legal hurdle, Netflix might be coming soon to a Facebook near you. All that and more in your weekly rewind.

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As More Young Adults Cut the Cord, Brands Will Need Online Video
Dec 05 2011 8:00 AM

The generation that came of age in the era of Harry Potter isn't so interested in television anymore.

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Weekly Rewind: Cable's Revenge on Cord Cutters
Dec 03 2011 8:00 AM

Pay TV is coming after cord cutters. YouTube underwent the knife and came out a lot more social. For some unfathomable reason, the Kardashians are Web-series bound. All that and more in your weekly rewind.