Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fox Limits Next-Day Streaming on Hulu: What It Means For Consumers

This week the New York Times reported that on August 15th, Fox will impose new limitations on how non-cable, OTT (Over The Top) viewers can access Fox programs on Hulu (which is co-owned by Fox, ABC and NBC).  It says … Continue reading

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IFC moves to the traditional, interruptive TV ad model. Viewers weigh in. Advertisers, take notice.

In December 2010, IFC (once known as The Independent Film Channel) moved to a new business model, as described in the Ad Age article “IFC Adds Commercials and Cult Comedies, Exits the Art House“.  It seems its parent, Rainbow Media, … Continue reading

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