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Like HBO, CBS Cuts the Cord and Launches a Digital Subscription Service

The move comes a day after HBO's announcement of an Internet-only subscription service.

Cutting the Cord: HBO to Offer Standalone Streaming Service Next Year

The move would mark a vast step beyond current streaming option HBO Go, which launched in 2010 and is only available to viewers with a cable subscription.

'Super Size Me' Filmmaker Is Producing a New Web Series on Entrepreneurship

Documentarian Morgan Spurlock is bringing his box-office acclaim to new media with a forthcoming online video channel called Smartish.

YouTube to Open Free Production Facility for NYC-Based Creators

YouTube Space New York follows similar facilities in London, Los Angeles and Tokyo.

AT&T, Chernin Group Buy Majority Stake in Leading YouTube Network

The move likely values Fullscreen, which counts the fastest-growing subscriber base of any YouTube network, at $250 million.

Don't Call Her Old-Fashioned: Paula Deen's Comeback Is for the Digital Era

The Paula Deen Network, an online-TV platform where subscribers must pay between $7.99 and $9.99 to watch Deen whip up her famed Southern fare, launches on Wednesday.

The Video Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Viewing habits and advertising trends are poised for a dramatic and sweeping change.

7 Mistakes That Could Turn Your Corporate Video Into a Corporate Disaster

From having obnoxious music to having an intern do voice-overs, some corporations are making pivotal mistakes when creating their corporate videos. Here are seven things not to do.

Reimagining the Future of Broadcast TV

In this episode of Behind the Brand, host Brian Elliot talks with the founders of Tubefilter, about how online video is disrupting the once-sacred broadcast TV industry.

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