Is the ‘Free’ DVR TiVo’s Last Stand?

What do you do when you're a consumer electronics company that depends on subscription revenue and you're hemorrhaging subscribers? If you're TiVo, you give your box away for free and you hope to make up for lost revenues over the life of a more expensive contract.…

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Roku, TiVo Add Hulu Plus

Hulu Plus is gaining two more ways to connect with potential subscribers: TiVo (NSDQ: TIVO) and Roku are adding access to Hulu Plus through……

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DVR Cuts Into Broadcast Ratings By 15-20%

Broadcast TV audiences have been shrinking for years, due in part to the proliferation of online video content as well as ever-improving cable programming. But one cause of the precipitous drop in live TV audiences is the growth of DVR usage among TV viewers.…

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TiVo ‘Premieres’ on Cox

TiVo announced a deal with Cox Communications that will place cable video-on-demand services alongside linear TV programming and online VOD choices. The deal will enable Cox subscribers to purchase TiVo Premiere DVRs at retail locations and hook the devices in to their existing cable services.…

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Vid-Biz: Flash 3-D, TiVo, AT&T

Today on the Net: Adobe will add 3-D capabilities to an upcoming release of its Flash plugin, TiVo is working on developing a whole-home DVR that takes advantage of MoCA technology and AT&T could drop AMC, WeTv and IFC as part of a carriage dispute.…

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Did Google Just Kill Boxee, Roku and TiVo?

With the introduction of Google TV, the search giant could majorly disrupt the online video industry by merging it with existing broadcast TV services. By doing so, Google might render obsolete standalone set-top boxes and DVRs that pipe online video content to the TV.…

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