Weekend Pick: Direct Guster's Next Video

Boston’s best live act, and the band that turned me into a true music fanatic, Guster, is launching a new online video promotion.

Leading up to the release of their new album, Easy Wonderful, Guster launched a site featuring 12 videos for the 12 songs on the album, by 12 different directors. To date, they’ve [...]

Weekend Pick: A Fighting Chance

Former AOL exec Ted Leonsis’ SnagFilms is releasing “A Fighting Chance,” a documentary about Kyle Maynard, an aspiring mix martial arts fighter who was born without arms or legs.

SnagFilms’ mission is to find the world‘s most compelling documentaries from established heavyweights or first-time filmmakers, and make them available across the web. They also enable of [...]

Even More Concerts Online

Seeing a trend here? Suddenly it seems like everybody wants a part of the concert streaming game. Still, I’m waiting to see when smaller touring acts start using it as more of a promotional tool for building and maintaining a fan base.

But in the meantime, there’s something for everyone online. Tonight, Spin Magazine continues [...]

UFC Suing Justin.TV & UStream Over Pirate Streams

Back in March, live streaming provider Livestream issued a zero-tolerance policy in an open letter to the industry. The Ultimate Fighting Championships wishes that other streaming platforms offered the same assurances right about now.

Pay-Pay-View events, like the UFC’s, have traditionally been high priced affairs that attract a loyal fanbase, but limits the appeal to [...]

Hulu $10 Subscriptions

The summer doldrums seem to be a good time for Hulu to launch their subscription service, Hulu Plus. With few new episodes to stream for free, users will have to pony up the $10 to catch up on shows they’re late to the party for.

Hulu Plus is offering “Over 120 seasons and 2,000 episodes of [...]