Tagged: streaming

Disney+ streaming provider will characteristic non-Disney impart at commence
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Disney+ streaming provider will characteristic non-Disney impart at commence

Disney’s soon-to-launch streaming service and Netflix competitor, known as Disney+, will include non-Disney programming at launch, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed in a call with investors following Disney’s earnings on Tuesday. The company had already licensed a CBS show for its service, which led to questions about Disney’s content strategy for the new service. Iger…

What we know about Apple’s TV streaming plans – The Verge
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What we know about Apple’s TV streaming plans – The Verge

Apple CEO Tim Cook isn’t ready to talk about his company’s upcoming streaming service, but during a call with investors yesterday afternoon, he did outline more broadly how Apple is thinking about TV. The simplest read is that Apple is betting on a combination of prestigious original content and facilitating access to third-party streaming services,…

Streaming NOW: Tabletop Hour – Episode 34 – Urban Conquest, D&D Roadmap
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Streaming NOW: Tabletop Hour – Episode 34 – Urban Conquest, D&D Roadmap

Join us for our weekly industry talk show. We have Urban conquest, and will be digging into the GW 40K and AoS news from this past week, and WotC’s 2019 D&D plans. Today the Tabletop Hour opens with everything we know about Urban Conquest, and the latest Gloomspite Gitz minis. BellOfLostSouls – Twitch Twitch is…

Xbox streaming console leak finds subsequent-gen AMD processor
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Xbox streaming console leak finds subsequent-gen AMD processor

News Xbox streaming console leak reveals next-gen AMD processor Rumors of a streaming-only Xbox started emerging earlier in July and now we know a lot more about how it might actually work.According to a report from Wccftech, the Xbox Scarlet Cloud will utilize a semi-custom AMD Picasso chip. In case that series of APUs sounds…

Asian streaming startup M17, unexcited convalescing from a failed IPO, raises one other $25M
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Asian streaming startup M17, unexcited convalescing from a failed IPO, raises one other $25M

M17, the Taiwanese streaming company that controversially priced on the NYSE but didn’t list, has returned to the private markets after it raised a $25 million funding round. The round was led by Terry Tsang — CEO of Hong Kong-based games company Madhead — with participation from Pavilion Capital, Stonebridge Ventures and existing investors. This new investment follows a $35…