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First look at Epix internet movie channel

As I mentioned yesterday, internet movie channel Epix launched this weekend. The TV channel is available to Verizon FiOS customers, who can also login to the EpixHD web site to watch dozens of movies including new releases such as Iron Man and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button as well as older, more obscure titles including Bubba Ho Tep and Son of Rambow. If you don't have Verizon FiOS you...

Epix to roll out 3,000 HD movies online: You'll probably never see them

Epix is a new premium TV channel that's a partnership between Viacom, Paramount, MGM, and Lionsgate. Today the company is announcing that Verizon is the first distributor to sign the channel, which means that Verizon customers will be able to watch thousands of movies in the channel's library. Now here's where it gets interesting: Epix isn't just a TV channel. As part of its offering, the group...

Clicker: (Another) One stop shop for web video

Look, there are a lot of places to find online video these days. And in many ways, Clicker is just another one of these sites. But the service, which launched in private beta at TechCrunch 50 this week certainly has a lot going for it. First off, in terms of content, it's hard to find a site with a better list of web video including network TV shows, webisodes, and high quality content from...

TV.com wants to be a social Hulu

CBS, which owns the online TV portal TV.com recently redesigned the site, and today the company is announcing deals that will allow it to show online video from PBS, Sony, MGM, and other studios in addition to the Hulu and CBS content that's already available. In other words, you can add TV.com to the long list of online video portals, most of which are showing pretty much identical content....

Yahoo! cuts back online video editing service Jumpcut

Yahoo! appears to be slowly pulling the plug on Jumpcut, the company's web-based video editing application. When you go to upload videos, you now get a message saying that Jumpcut is no longer accepting uploads. Users will be able to continue remixing videos that they or other users have already uploaded for the foreseeable future, but no new videos can be added to the site. Yahoo! recommends...

First on Mars - Flashy web TV aggregator

There's no shortage of places to find online video these days. Most TV networks offer full length episodes of at least a few shows, and video portals like Hulu and Joost offer content from a wide range of sources. First on Mars wants a piece of that pie, and has taken an interesting approach that's more akin to FanCast or AOL Video's strategy of aggregatings programs from multiple sources...

First look at Sling.com online video portal

Online video portal Sling.com is set to open to the public on November 24th. It's currently in private beta, but we got an early peek at the service. The online video player is easy to use, and there's plenty of content from a number of major US television networks as well as ton of videos from web sites like College Humor and 60frames. While the selection of videos is pretty extensive, that's...

Zviewer offers an almost-useful full screen browser for web video

Web sites like Hulu, YouTube, and TV network sites turn your computer into a sort of video on demand terminal. Missed last week's episode of The Office? Just go online and watch it for free. That's all well and good when you're sitting in front a web browser. But what if you want to watch TV from the comfort of your couch? ZeeVee is a company that offers offers an overpriced $499 set top box...

VideoSurf: Search for web videos, sort by actors, genre, etc

VideoSurf is a new search engine for web video. But unlike most video search engines, which let you find the video you're looking for and then leave you on your own, VideoSurf can point you to specific content inside a video. For example, say you're searching for Battlestar Galactica episodes. You just type the name of the show into VideoSurf and it will pull up a list of episodes and clips from...