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Gaming & Play Facebook's 'Social VR' Team to Explore Virtual Reality Beyond Games

Mark Zuckerberg reveals the growing numbers behind our VR consumption

Home Kim Jong-Un May Have Kickstarted Content Distribution War

The haphazard online launch of The Interview was still a resounding success—and has the cinema chains quaking in their boots

Advertising Should TV Broadcasters Fear The XBox One?

Microsoft is focused on shows and channels over games for its new generation console.

Technology YouTube Is Asking Hollywood To Help It Create Original Content [Headlines]

Popular video sharing website is investing money to create 25 hours of new programming a day.

Gaming & Play One In Six Accessing The Internet Via Their Televisions [Headlines]

According to new research from Ipsos Media CT the amount of people using internet-connected TVs has increased and diversified.

Advertising YouTube Announces Original TV-Style Entertainment Channels

The content will be created by celebrities and producers across sports, music, lifestyle, news and pop culture categories.

Innovation June's NY Tech Meetup Roundup: Video-Sharing

We were struck by the predominance of entertainment & video sharing ideas at Tuesday night's NY Tech Meetup; specifically, their integration of 'social' features to afford viewers more curated and/or socially-validated content.

Technology Xbox Live and ESPN Introduce Social Elements To The Viewing Experience

As services look to create online TV experiences, a simple feature hints at potential advantages from an established brand.

Advertising BBC's Shareable, Re-Mixable Online Pilot Show

We recently stumbled onto the BBC's R&DTV - a pilot show built for the internet era, and designed to be shareable, remix-able and redistributed.