Cable network AMC and Korean drama specialist DramaFever are getting closer to the launch of their second niche online subscription service: AMC…
The Killing may have been too depressing for network TV, but thanks to Netflix, (S NFLX) the dark and brilliant crime drama…
We already knew that DramaFever is venturing into horror and documentaries. What we didn’t know that it was partnering with AMC for these new sites.
Did you buy a “Seasons Pass” from Apple last year for the first eight episodes of the “final” season of Breaking Bad? If so, you’re in line for a refund.
Despite its availability just hours after (and, in one case, hours before) the U.S. premiere, Breaking Bad’s latest episode is on par trump the series’ piracy record.
Every single episode of the popular Netflix series that has aired will be available for viewing this weekend.
All summer, AMC has been pushing its Story Sync real-time viewing experience for Breaking Bad like it’s 99% pure crystal — but does a second screen subtract from one’s enjoyment of television’s most meth-y drama? This reporter boldly investigates.
A day after Charlie Ergen and Dish said they’re getting along just fine without AMC’s Emmy beloved shows, the channel operator admits it’s going to take a big hit during its next earnings report.
Are unhappy Dish subscribers turning to iTunes, where Breaking Bad is the No. 1 TV download? Indeed, Dish has dropped a major channel with an Emmy-winning hit, and it’s gotten away with it. Why the pay TV business may never be the same.
Viacom has its way of dealing with a carriage dispute, and AMC Networks apparently has a very different way. AMC says it’ll stream Sunday night’s anticipated fifth-season premiere of Breaking Bad for the nearly 14 million blacked-out Dish Network subscribers.
How serious does Dish look about actually blacking out AMC channels? It just gave away AMC’s primo real estate to Mark Cuban’s HDNet and HDNet Movies. Yes, the No. 3 pay TV service is really ready to live without the most critically acclaimed shows on TV.
AT&T U-Verse is the latest to balk at AMC’s demands for huge pay TV carriage fee increases. With carriage talks with Dish having already gone south, AMC faces the real possibility of losing access to 18 million subscribers on Saturday.
As basic cable original series prove to be important product differentiators for over-the-top services like Netflix, some of the networks that produce these shows are actually relying more on high-priced theatrical movie acquisitions to maintain or increase their subscriber counts and drive ad revenue
As carriage disputes go, Dish Networks’ battle with AMC Networks is shaping up to be particularly nasty. Just how disruptive would it be to have a programmer of Emmy-winning hits cast off the No. 3 pay TV service provider?
Already locked into a carriage dispute that threatens to keep AMC’s ad-focused hit drama Mad Men away from its 14 million subscribers, Dish Network was taken to task by Sanford Bernstein analyst Craig Moffett for new commercial-skipping features in its “Hopper” set-top boxes.
Although negotiations between cable network AMC and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner have resulted in the show’s next season not returning unt…
It’s almost Halloween, and you may be already consumed by costume parties and whatnot this weekend. But if you’re looking for a quick video fix of spooky content, here are a few options — some spooky dancing, some spooky spoilers, and some spooky zombies.
Cablevision-owned AMC has made two small online acquisitions: it has bought filmsite.org, a site for classic movie reviews and commentary, a…