Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2010’

Hulu Could Begin Testing Subscription Service This Month

Online video site Hulu could begin testing a paid subscription service as early as later this month, according to people briefed on the plans, a high-profile test of whether consumers will pay to watch television shows online. The popular video

Enhanced Kids' Website at TVO Reflects Changing Media Habits

An increasing number of young people use the Web as an alternative to watching TV – or they use both platforms simultaneously – so programmers at provincial educational broadcaster TVO have revamped and redesigned, the online destination for kids

Twilight Eclipse Fans Camp Out for Premiere: Crazy or Cool?

Next up in the “Twilight Fans Are Kinda Kooky” department: At least a thousand die-hard “Twi-hards” have lined up, day and night, at the Nokia Theater in LA, where the third movie in the series, Eclipse, is set to premiere tonight.

Social Networking Bill Of Rights Released

In the aftermath of much-publicized breaches by heavyweights Google, Facebook, and AT&T, among others, attendees of the annual Computers, Freedom, and Privacy conference spent last week creating…

Hollywood Reporter: Business leaders question iTunes guidelines

Response leads Apple to reconsider previously rejected apps Apple’s haphazard app review process has led to a string of recent head-scratchers industry-wide. Apple in early June censored an iPad graphic novel adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest,”

Gay Travel Has Never Been Easier for Everybody – From the Upwardly Mobile to Those Who've Arrived

“Bump!” television series reveals hot, new pocket apps for global adventure-seekers From the producers of the world’s most watched gay and lesbian travel series and Canada’s most successful gay TV show export, comes a spunky new multimedia app series for smart