Think Comcast customer service stinks? So does this survey

Are you one of those poor souls who still pays for cable TV? Do you hate the whole experience of being a Comcast customer? A new survey reveals just how bad the ever-growing cable giant is at, you know, servicing you.

DISH Network Loaning iPads to Select Southwest Flights

Want something to watch on your next flight? DISH Network and Southwest are continuing their partnership by offering iPad 2 loans on selected flights. If you board a Southwest flight at Chicago-Midway International Airport (MDW), Denver International Airport (DEN) and Oakland International Airport (OAK), you’ll be able to check out a free iPad for the more »

Aereo Coming To Android on October 22

In August, we ran a story saying that Aereo might be coming to Android in September. Obviously, they didn’t make that deadline, but now they’ve announced that Aereo is coming to Android via the Google Play Store on October 22. Hmm. Same day as the rumored Apple event. It’s probably a coincidence. Anyway, if you’re more »


YouTube Now Offers Royalty-Free Audio Library for User Videos

Ever put up a video on YouTube and find that your favorite Madonna song (which fit so perfectly with the content of your short film project) had been taken down by the site because of copyright infringement? Of course you have. If not, at least as a viewer, you’ve probably seen that annoying, red rectangular more »

Aereo Could Come to Android in September

Aereo currently doesn’t officially support Android in its current form. One of the only ways to watch Aereo on Android devices is through a service like PlayOn or something similar. Aereo’s plans to support Android go way back, but it could finally become a reality next month. According to Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia, September is more »

TV Everywhere: Three Weeks with Aereo

It has been a little over three weeks since Aereo was activated in the Atlanta area. The service was supposed to be widely available in late June, but that date was pushed back until July. As of now, Everyone in or around the Atlanta area can access Aereo for at least $8 a month. I’ve more »

Aereo Goes Live in Atlanta Area

The greater Atlanta area is the latest part of the United States to receive Aereo’s signal. Invites for Aereo started going out to those who pre-registered on June 17. Invites will continue to roll out over the next few days. Everyone in the Atlanta area will be able to try out Aereo on June 24. more »

YouTube Adds Slomo Video Option Because Why Not?

YouTube added a small feature today for people who prefer to not watch videos in real time. Slomo videos can now be created using YouTube’s editing tools. The slomo option lets you reduce the speed of previously uploaded or new videos by 50%, 25% or 12.5%. It can essentially turn a four second video into more »

Aereo Enters the Atlanta Area on June 17

Aereo has announced its latest service expansion. On June 17, Aereo will become activated in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area. Anyone who registers for Aereo in advance will be able to experience the service on that day. Everyone else will have to wait until June 24 for wide scale availability. Those who live slightly outside Atlanta shouldn’t worry too more »

CBS and Univision Consider Moving to Cable Thanks to Aereo

Executives of CBS and Univision are considering moving their over-the-air television networks to cable in response to the growth of Aereo. This revelation comes very soon after News Corp. COO Chase Carey also said Fox could be destined for cable if Aereo gets its way. Nothing is final at the moment, but these threats help more »

Aereo Expands its Over-the-Air Internet Television service to Additional States

Aereo is continuing to expand despite efforts from major broadcasters to shut the service down. Aereo has now moved out of New York City and into Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut. Aereo boasts its online television service now reaches over 19 million people across 29 counties.

The Next Original Series from Netflix is Turbo: F.A.S.T.

Netflix recently debuted House of Cards, its second original series that’s only available to streaming subscribers. House of Cards has been very well received by viewers and critics, and helps to legitimize Netflix as a content creator. Netflix will need those positive vibes because it just revealed its next original series called Turbo: F.A.S.T. (Fast more »