Mashable is reporting that Warner Bros has added five titles to its Facebook movie rental offerings.
Inception, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Yogi Bear and Life as We Know It are the latest movies that can be rented via the Warner Bros page for $3 each. Continue reading →
CNET is reporting today on ComScore’s Video Metrix report for February 2011. Google’s sites (YouTube) are still the top place for video viewers. Microsoft (Bing) is now second after being ranked seventh in January. Yahoo and Facebook round out the … Continue reading →
Facebook is pretty damn busy these days. Last week, they offered the first movie download on their site. Earlier this week, they announced a new deals program. Today, comes news that Major League Baseball will be streaming spring training games … Continue reading →
Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough college basketball in March, the NCAA, CBS and Turner Sports have found a way to make you even less productive during the tournament. Their new March Madness On Demand app allows you … Continue reading →
Apparently, Facebook will now try its hand at online movie rentals. Warner Bros is now offering The Dark Knight through the movie’s official Facebook page with more movies to become available soon. The Dark Knight will cost 30 Facebook credits … Continue reading →
The promise of Internet TV has had marketers salivating for years and now Google may be on the verge of jump-starting the demand for its content in the US. According to Bloomberg, Google is saying that they are in talks … Continue reading →