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Aereo can be profitable with under 1M subscribers, says CEO

Aereo, the controversial streaming service that allows subscribers to view over-the-air programming online, doesn’t need millions of users to turn a profit. The company's Chief Executive Chet Kanojia explained that having over a million registered members would result in a…

Facebook to incorporate TV-style ads into our News Feeds

Television advertisements reel in the big money, and Facebook now has plans to tap this lucrative business. The company intends to incorporate TV-style commercials into its social networking website, which will reportedly retail between $1 and $2.5 million per day,…

Xbox One: Entertainment hub first, gaming console second - but can it disrupt TV?

Tech companies have been trying for years to get broadcast behemoths to change their ways and there’s been a good bit of progress. But it’s not enough. Technology is simply outpacing the traditional broadcast model. Something’s gotta give. Could the Xbox One be the catalyst for change that we’ve all been hoping for?

The Xbox One is now poised to become a huge mainstream success if Microsoft plays their cards right and even more so if they can get broadcast executives on board with their vision.

Aereo's Internet TV pricing is simpler, but not cheaper

Aereo, the controversial broadcast television Internet streaming startup, will be simplifying its pricing structure on May 15. Gone will be the company's five service tiers and in their place will remain two: an $8-per-month and $12-per-month subscription with varying amount…

YouTube claims victory in the battle with television

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt recently proclaimed YouTube victorious in the battle against traditional television – if such a battle ever even existed. During a recent presentation to advertisers, the chairman said Internet video has already displaced television watching and…