Verizon Stocks Up on “TV Everywhere” Tech by Buying upLynk

The telco buys the tech that powers Disney’s “TV Everywhere” apps.
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Dish Pulls the Plug — For Now — On NimbleTV’s Web TV Service

The “TV Everywhere” startup has ambitious plans, but it’s gone dark for more than a week.
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If I Could Have Just One Functionality From My Streaming Video Services, This Would Be It …

Downloading is dying, “streaming won,” and yet we are in a no-man’s-land of not always being connected.
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A Crisis of Consolidation

TV Everywhere continues to face multiple obstacles.
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Apple TV Gets a Bit Bigger, With HBO and ESPN Apps (For Most, but Not All of You)

Some exceptions apply, of course, because nothing is ever easy when it comes to the Web and TV.
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MTV Finally Brings Its Shows to Your iPhone and iPad

TV Everywhere still isn’t, but here’s another (partial) step forward.
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I Was a Cord Cutter … But I Fell Off the Wagon

Have the pay television operators already lost the living room? Or are they dinosaurs with lasers?
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HBO Explains Why It’s Not Going A La Carte Anytime Soon

Why HBO loves the status quo, and why you’re not watching “Game of Thrones” without paying for cable TV.
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Despite Media Companies’ Best Efforts, “TV Everywhere” Is Nowhere

People are streaming online video more than ever before but only 17 percent of pay TV subscribers have watched cable programming online using so-called “TV Everywhere” services, according to a new study.

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