Tag: new media

Netflix May Go Streaming Only…A New Blow to DVD’s

Posted by Anthony - October 21, 2010 - Double Down Film Show

On the Double Down Film Show, we recently introduced a segment entitled “Startin’ Some Sh*t” where we do weekly anonymous “man-on-the-street” audio segments on some controversial debate in filmmaking such as “film vs. video” or “the future of 3-D cinema”. Last night during the show we posed the sh*t startin’ question: Are DVD’s Dead? Click [...]

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Vimeo Upgrades Ya!

Posted by Anthony - August 25, 2010 - Uncategorized

I just got an email from my favorite video hosting platform, Vimeo.com that listed some pretty cool new features for filmmakers. Most notably, Vimeo videos to now have the ability to play on mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads and Vimeo videos are now available on TV via a Roku black box. Anyway, I’m [...]

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Got HBO…On Your Phone?

Posted by Anthony - August 18, 2010 - Uncategorized

Are full episodes of current hit HBO shows and movies coming to cell phones and iPads near you?…Engadget thinks so. The new media landscape (earthquake?) continues to shift beneath our feet and only the sure-footed may still be on their feet when all the shaking stops. Based on past moves, I’ll bet HBO will come [...]

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Details Emerge on Apples New Plans for Apple TV

Posted by Anthony - August 12, 2010 - Uncategorized

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about Apple’s reported move to revamp Apple TV to bring streaming content to our living rooms. Well, yesterday the diligent reporters at Engadget dug up some new details. Most prominent are the price point – reportedly now $99.00 and the revelation that it will only offer [...]

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I Say DVD’s Are Dead (Yes, Blu-Ray too)

Posted by Anthony - August 12, 2010 - Uncategorized

This week Netflix announced a new $1 Billion deal to further cement their leading role in the rapidly changing new media landscape. They signed a deal with a company called Epix that will allow them to add new movies from Paramount Pictures, Lions Gate and MGM to its online subscription service. (*image sourced from: DoDevice.com) [...]

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