Verizon and DirecTVs internet TV hopes perk up thanks to Dish Disney - Rumors that existing satellite and cable TV providers would launch full internet streaming services have circled for years, but the new agreement between Dish Network and Disney
FCC proposes rule change that could kickstart internet TV. That's a big deal, because networks aren't required to negotiate with most companies in the same way that they negotiate with cable and satellite providers. If this proposal goes into effect, any company that wants to offer TV shows over the internet will have the same negotiating powers to do so as a traditional TV provider would, meaning that internet TV providers could finally get off the ground.
Legal action against 23,000 illegal downloaders underway | The US Copyright Group is set to sue around 23,000 file sharers in the US in what could be the largest legal action against downloaders to date. Buying advice from the leading technology site
Red-faced Joost struggles with demand | Internet TV provider Joost has admitted it is having problems coping with demand. In the early hours of this morning, Joost CEO Fredrik de Wahl posted an apologetic message on the Joost blog under the header 'a little red-faced' Buying advice from the leading technology site