The WSJ reports that many popular ABC shows will be streamed over the WWW free:
Walt Disney Co. plans to make much of its newest and most popular programming on ABC and other channels available free anytime on the Web, in a move that could speed the transformation of television viewing habits and help revive the struggling TV advertising business.
I haven't seen any numbers released to know if the Google Video program generated any significant revenue or not, but CBS is already making moves to cut the Mountain View Crew out of a piece of the pie.
Google Videos just updated their terms of service. Movies are a type of information and Google wants a cut:
The video upload program terms and conditions had a major upgrade this morning, and with it comes some insight into new features that Google may be preparing to launch for Google Video — including rentals.
Yahoo Search! will be launching their radio show tomorrow night at 8pm EST.
This show will be aired on the last Wednesday of every month and hosted by none other than Tim Mayer and Jeremy Zawodny for a Power Hour surging with and exciting look at some of the valley’s newest and hottest companies.
Ms. Write (Sarah Mackay) of Webmaster Radio got an audio interview with the most famous Googler Matt Cutts. It's an mp3 format file so you can download it to your IPod or listen to it on your player of choice.
Richard Branson is set to merge Virgin with NTL cable.
Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire entrepreneur, is set to transform the British TV and telecoms landscapes by merging Virgin Mobile with NTL, the cable company. The move will create an entertainment and communications giant worth £4.5bn and with more than 9m customers.
Apart from deciding to take my foot of the gas just a little bit here in order to let some other members post :) i've had a sinus infection the last couple of days, with the whole of my damn face hurting - and a sick 10mth old to babysit today, tomorrow and thursday so do forgive the lack of posts please folks.