Amazon has agreed to acquire MGM for US$8.45 billion.
If you're an Apple TV+ subscriber, Apple has announced to you by email that you're getting the equivalent of a month's worth of credit, each month, until June, in a competitive move that is obviously designed to keep people connected with their Apple TV+ subscriptions.
Tubi is billed as "the world's largest ad-supported video on demand service with over 20,000 movies and TV shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio" and is available to stream on more than 25 types of devices, with the company recording impressive growth over the last year.
New episodes of Back to the Rafters will be Amazon Prime's first scripted Australian Amazon Original series.
Foxtel has announced "a further step in its major refresh of Entertainment and Movies channels" and is proving this with a coming December 17 launch of two new FOX-branded Entertainment channels – FOX SLEUTH and FOX SCI FI.
Telstra has partnered with Amazon to deliver the Prime Video app to Telstra TV, with Amazon Prime members in Australia now able to watch popular TV shows and movies via the Prime Video app on Telstra TV.
The Dendy Direct video on demand service is shutting up shop.
Commuting consumers have taken to streaming their favourite entertainment and TV shows to a new height, with 64% using their smartphones and mobile devices for streaming, according to a new report which reveals that even the toilet is not out of bounds for these streaming "on the go" junkies.
Netflix’s superpower isn’t just a string of must-watch original shows, but knowing with uncanny accuracy which shows viewers “should watch next, especially if it’s something they’d never expect".
Every streaming provider hopes you’ll pay your monthly fee to them, so you can access not only their exclusive TV shows and movies, but also their wider collection, which is completely understandable.
The Game of Thrones juggernaut that is a new season finally returns to television screens on 17 July, but Foxtel proudly boasts of plenty more new “On Demand” content.
There's now another way to watch highly-regarded BBC TV shows.
Dendy Direct. It’s an Australian-owned film and TV service, and while it's service is similar to buying or renting via iTunes, it is giving Netflix, Presto, Stan, Foxtel and others welcome competition.
It’s not just Netflix, Presto and Stan that stream, but Foxtel too. Here’s what it has to offer.
Netflix has advised which TV shows and movies have been added to its roster of content in January 2016: here it is!
Maersk Tankers, one of the world’s biggest independent fleets, will install Inmarsat’s newest ‘Fleet Media’ content innovation on 30 vessels in a 12 month pilot scheme.
Netflix also has a great selection of new TV shows including Netflix originals, and quality additions to the movie selection for the month of October!
Presto is bringing out the sizzling sausage in October, with the Walking Dead season 5, the final season of Dexter, Wentworth season 3 and plenty more!
Yesterday’s Presto HD story was because other news organisations broke today’s embargo, so here’s the official details from the horse’s mouth.
It’s not just Netflix letting us know what’s in store for September, but Presto too with a stack of shows for me and you.
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