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Sunday, May 14, 2017
Microsoft Drops Xbox Price, Opens Apps to Everyone

Microsoft May 13 announced it will offer a $400 version of its Xbox One, slashing $100 off the original price of the console, in an effort to catch up with sales of Sony’s PlayStation 4. The price cut comes just six months after Microsoft debuted the console.

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Roku Seeks to Up 'TV Everywhere' Consumer Adoption

Speaking May 13 on “The Business of TV as an App” panel at Streaming Media East 2014 in New York, Scott Rosenberg, VP of business development, content and services with Roku, said pay-TV operators’ ability to lure and retain subscribers hinges on seamlessly directing viewers to their favorite on-demand programming.

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Comcast Gets Turner Content On Demand

Comcast May 13 ramped up efforts to circumvent subscription-streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video by signing a content license agreement with Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting.

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NPD: Gamers Spend 22 Hours Weekly Playing Video Games

Hardcore gamers spend on average 22 hours playing video games — more time spent than the average part-time employee works, according to new data from The NPD Group.

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'Orange' Appeal

Merchandising: The only notable retail exlcusive for the new releases of May 13 came with Lionsgate’s first-season disc of the Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black.”

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