Netflix will be expanding its Ultimate Fighting Championship content offering in Canada. Canadian subscribers will now have access to a greater variety of new and classic UFC events, highlights series and the hit reality show, The Ultimate Fighter. UFC fans will be able to stream more fights from the big names including Georges St-Pierre, Anderson [...]
Telus this week released new Android, iPhone and iPad apps which gives their IPTV customers the ability to watch On Demand shows on their iPhone or iPad over a WiFi connection.
Optik TV customers will be able to choose from hundreds of VOD titles from channels like Super Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Hollywood Suite and Family.
California based Netflix has announced that its “Just for Kids” section is now available to Netflix members in Canada on the Wii game console.
The child friendly category, created in August but only available through the Netflix website until now, caters to the almost 50% of Netflix members who have watched at least two movies or shows made for kids in the last 90 days.
CinemaNow, an internet video download service owned by Best Buy, has officially begun offering service in Canada.
The service, which hopes to compete with similar services from Sony and Apple, gives movie lovers the ability to rent or buy more than 10,000 standard and high definition movie and television shows over the web.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) today announced a download-to-own feature on its popular online Screening Room giving Canadians the ability to purchase and download films which can be played on a variety of devices, including video-capable smartphones and tablets.
The film board’s video portal will continue to offer s free viewing of over 2,000 NFB productions, animated films and trailers.
California based Actiontec Electronics said today that its multi-room wireless video transmission solution called MyWireless TV is now shipping.
First announced at CES in January, Actiontec claims MYWireless TV is capable of transmitting a 1080p60 3D signal up to 150ft away, with practically no latency, even through walls and floors.
Real-Time Entertainment applications, primarily video streaming, now accounts for 60% of peak downstream traffic in North America according to a report released today by Waterloo based Sandvine.
Sandvine says that during peak primetime hours (7pm to 9pm) Netflix users are the largest consumers of internet bandwidth, accounting for almost one-third (32.7%) of peak aggregate traffic, a relative increase of more than 10% since the spring