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AMC Theaters on Demand embraces the streaming revolution

AMC Theaters on Demand embraces the streaming revolution

Just as mobile was seen to have challenged the PC and then digital camera markets, video streaming has put not just cable operators but also movie theaters on notice. The latter still do exist and enjoy some loyal customers but ticket sales are causing theater chains to worry about their future. Few, however, are willing to throw in the towel and admit defeat. AMC, one of if not the largest chains in the US, is surprisingly going against the flow and will play for both teams, offering its own Video on Demand service really soon.

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Facebook Watch is getting exclusive shows from FOX Sports

Facebook Watch is getting exclusive shows from FOX Sports

Joining the NFL and ESPN is FOX Sports with plans to release exclusive shows on Facebook Watch, the social media company's video streaming platform. Under the collaboration between the two companies, FOX Sports will release what it calls interactive shows exclusively on Facebook Watch, including ones that involve sports wagering and football.

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Original horror series The Birch premieres on Facebook Watch

Original horror series The Birch premieres on Facebook Watch

When it comes to video streaming platforms, Facebook Watch isn't the first thing that comes to mind. The company is working to change that with the gradual introduction of original productions on the platform. Following an announcement about its plans earlier this summer, Crypt TV has officially launched an original horror series on Facebook Watch; it's called The Birch, three episodes are available to start with, and it is entirely free to watch.

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Disney+ gets new multi-year plan option, but only for a limited time

Disney+ gets new multi-year plan option, but only for a limited time

Disney is gearing up for a major streaming service launch next month. When it arrives, the company's new Disney+ service will cost $6.99/month, a rate equivalent to Hulu's ad-supported plan and lower than many competing services like Netflix. The company has also detailed discount and bundle options, something that was just expanded with another ultra-cheap plan that users will need to pay upfront.

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Canon EOS M200 release date and price revealed with vertical video support

Canon EOS M200 release date and price revealed with vertical video support

The Canon EOS M200 is the newest compact interchangeable-lens camera in the company's lineup, made official this week. This features and abilities in this device were put together to create a "non-intimidating mirrorless camera for the experienced photographer," said Kazuto Ogawa, president and chief operating officer, Canon U.S.A., Inc.. The camera is also meant to be "approachable" enough for a person who's not necessarily aiming to shoot on a professional level.

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‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ gets its first Netflix trailer

‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ gets its first Netflix trailer

Wildly popular television series Breaking Bad will return in the form of a Netflix movie called El Camino. The story won't feature Walter White for reasons that are obvious to anyone who finished watching the series. Rather, fans will get a proper conclusion to the Jesse Pinkman storyline, revealing what happened after he made his final escape in the show's series finale.

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ESPN will launch exclusive shows on Facebook Watch under new deal

ESPN will launch exclusive shows on Facebook Watch under new deal

ESPN has announced a new deal with Facebook that will result in it bringing new content to the social network's Facebook Watch platform. Under this agreement, ESPN says it will offer some exclusive content and digital shows on the video platform, including exclusive versions of its Fantasy Focus Live and Countdown to GameDay.

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The Boondocks will return with new seasons on HBO Max

The Boondocks will return with new seasons on HBO Max

HBO Max has announced plans to offer another two new seasons of The Boondocks, an animated sitcom that aired from 2005 to 2014. The new episodes will be made available exclusively on the upcoming HBO Max video service starting next year. The show's creator Aaron McGruder will return to the series as showrunner for the upcoming new seasons.

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Comcast is sending free Flex boxes to its Internet-only customers

Comcast is sending free Flex boxes to its Internet-only customers

Comcast is making its Flex video streaming platform available to all of its Internet-only customers for free, the company has announced. Comcast Flex was introduced earlier this year as an option for customers who only sign up for Xfinity Internet, giving them an alternative to Comcast's cable service that features a similarly large body of content, including many free options.

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‘The Office’ reboot may debut on NBCU’s Peacock streaming service

‘The Office’ reboot may debut on NBCU’s Peacock streaming service

Earlier today, NBCUniversal finally revealed the name for its previously announced streaming service. Called Peacock, the platform will offer both existing and original content, the latter of which will include reboots of Saved by the Bell and Battlestar Galactica. The company previously announced that Peacock will be the exclusive streaming destination for The Office, and that may include a brand new reboot.

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YouTube is discontinuing its TV interface for web browsers

YouTube is discontinuing its TV interface for web browsers

YouTube offers a readily available television interface for people who access the service using an ordinary web browser. This interface is most commonly used by people who have a small computer, such as a PC stick or Linux box, hooked up to their TV as a substitute for a streaming device, but that'll be changing in the near future.

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NFL will bring video podcasts and game clips to Facebook Watch

NFL will bring video podcasts and game clips to Facebook Watch

The NFL is continuing its partnership with Facebook, bringing select content to the Facebook Watch platform. This isn't the first time the NFL has made football content available on Facebook Watch; the two began working together in 2017 with a deal that, at the time, offered recaps from all regular-season games. Looking forward, the latest deal between the two will result in a variety of original video content, game clips, and more.

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