VHX, the direct-to-fan distribution video platform, recently launched their public-facing product after two years of private beta. They’ve already worked with creators like Dave Grohl, Ira Glass, Aziz Ansari, and Kevin Spacey to sell video content directly to fans and just announced a Chromecast integration, to help make it even easier to watch VHX content on TV. We interviewed VHX Cofounder Casey Pugh about their plans to change the way video content is distributed in a connected TV world. Read more
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“This adds a whole new dimension to watching Washington Post video, since it allows users to sit back and watch on their TV at home,” Andrew Pergam, senior editor of Video at The Washington Post tells Lost Remote.
Pergam is excited at Chromecast’s ability to turn a users traditional digital device into a quasi-remote.
The cable TV industry may be looking at a big change in the future, according to Cablevision’s CEO Jim Dolan. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Dolan stated “there could come a day’ when his company stops offering television service, making broadband its primary offering.” Read more
As soon as Google unveiled Chromecast, I was lucky enough to scoop up a couple of the $35 devices to connect the two TVs in our home. After a few weeks, it’s fundamentally changed how my family watches TV. It’s also changed some of my perceptions about the evolution of the “second screen.”
Google just took a big step to usher in a new era of increasingly “remote-less” homes, bridging mobile and laptop devices with your TV. In a surprise announcement, Google unveiled $35 device called Chromecast today that enables both Android and iOS devices to play HD video on TV sets. With just a tap of the “Cast” button, you can extend video from YouTube, Google Play and Netflix straight to any TV equipped with a Chromecast — which plugs into a HDMI port.