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Showtime Streaming Service

HBO Now is already getting competition from Showtime

March 11th, 2015

That didn’t take long. Deadline reports that CBS CEO Les Moonves announced at an investors conference on Wednesday that Showtime is also preparing a paid streaming service its premium network to launch in the “not-too-distant future.”

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The death of cable TV is coming

November 6th, 2014

Just as we had all hoped, it looks like HBO’s announcement of an over-the-top service is starting a revolution in the TV industry. The Wall Street Journal reports that CBS is planning to offer its own standalone streaming service for Showtime as well. CBS CEO Leslie Moonves said that the online offering will “fairly definitively” …

HBO Showtime Starz Gain Subscribers

Study showing HBO, Showtime and Starz losing subscribers is dead wrong [updated]

January 22nd, 2014

The NPD Group released a study this week that showed the steady decline of premium channel subscribers over the past two years. NPD Group analyst Russ Crupnick explained that many consumers are attempting to save money by replacing premium channels with streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu Plus, but according to an HBO spokesman, NPD’s “research …

CBS will remove some Showtime shows from Netflix

March 23rd, 2011

CBS confirmed today with Dow Jones that it will pull some of its Showtime television shows from Netflix, and apparently Netflix is pretty shocked by the news. A Showtime spokesperson said that it will remove the episodes of shows that are currently still airing on television from Netflix’s portfolio when the current partnership deal between …

Netflix inks deal with Relativity Media to stream major motion pictures

July 6th, 2010

Netflix announced on Tuesday that the movie rental giant has signed an agreement with independent movie producer Relativity Media. Relativity Media is a newcomer to the movie production business, but the growing company has the backing of bigwigs like Lions Gate Entertainment, Sony Pictures, and Universal Studios. Under the agreement, Netflix would get the first rights …