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SideReel app lets fans watch and track their favorite shows on iOS devices

81c39a76-7a7f-4750-90f7-6d4458999644Before Hulu and the ability to stream Netflix there was All Media Network’s SideReel. SideReel aggregates links from other websites that host or embed full episodes of TV shows. Yesterday, SideReel iOS was released and the free app lets fans find, track and watch their favorite TV series on iOS devices.

SideReel’s tracker allows fans to mark off episodes of shows that they’ve watched and receive alerts when new episodes of favorite shows are airing on TV. The tracker also features a discovery element, as the deep content library of more than 27,000 shows and 100,000 episodes that SideReel has amassed over the years is easily sortable by genre and user ratings.

“Everyone loves TV. From superfans to casual watchers, everyone has a favorite show they love to watch,” said Laura Murphy, President of All Media Network. “With the huge volume of content across multiple online platforms, it’s hard for busy consumers to discover new shows and keep track of their favorites. SideReel makes it easy for viewers to find and track their TV favorites and points them in the right direction for where to watch.” Read more

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Chipotle to launch original comedy series on Hulu

chipotleBeginning on February 17, Chipotle will launch ‘Farmed and Dangerous,’ a satirical comedy series about industrial agriculture in America. The four-episode season will stream on Hulu and Hulu plus, and will be presented in weekly installments. The New York Times first reported the story.

Unlike the short-lived ‘Cavemen,’ which aired on ABC in 2007 and starred the GEICO caveman, Chipotle branding will be noticeably absent from ‘Farmed and Dangerous.’

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7 predictions for social TV in 2014

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Many of our social TV predictions for 2013 came true. From Amazon’s growth as an original TV content provider, to Netflix’s impact on social TV it was a big year for TV everywhere and the seamless integration of social into the traditional television industry that we’ve known for decades. As 2014 is only hours away here are our predictions for a year that we know will continue uproot and improve TV. Read more

Bandwidth, bundles and blackouts mean hard times for the cable industry

86043_86206_2_Image2_cable vs fiber(This is a guest post by Alexis Caffrey (@AlexisCaffrey), a freelance writer with a focus on technology, new media, and design. You can find more of her work at AlexisCaffrey.com).

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

Are the cable TV walls about to crumble?

In recent days media has been consumed by one Edward Snowden who revealed a Skynet-type infrastructure called Prism that the government is running. At the same time it appears as if traditional cable TV business is gearing up for a Game of Thrones-style war with many “kingdoms” that include Intel, Aereo, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, YouTube and more. Are the cable TV walls about to crumble? Read more

30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Breakout Kings, and Battleground nominated for 2013 Streamy Awards

The third annual Streamy Awards is set to take place next Sunday, February 17th. Better know as the Streamys, the awards show honors excellence in original online programming and those behind it. “Comic/actor/writer/composer/Wired Magazine contributor/Talking Dead host and founder of Nerdist Industries” Chris Hardwick will host the show, which will take place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Read more

An inside look at social TV activations for Super Bowl XLVII

Super Bowl XLVII promises to be the most social Super Bowl ever, and might even be the most social single event of 2013. To prepare you for the event, here’s a roundup of ways to stay connected before, during, and after the game whether you like football or care more about the commercials and halftime show (or the Puppy Bowl). Read more

Dijit launches ‘NextGuide Clips’ and updates remote app

Dijit Media has continued to push forward as the role of the second screen for TV evolves. In September they launched NextGuide, an app that compliments their original Dijit universal remote app. As the year comes to an end the San Francisco-based company has announced some major updates to both apps.  Read more

Why Hulu Plus' appearance on Apple TV is a big deal

A big win for Hulu and for Apple TV lovers. Hulu Plus is now available on the Apple TV brining the online video network's library of TV content, originals and movies to anyone with the $99 Apple device. Hulu Plus now has over two million subscribers and has launched originals that include Battleground and The Yard. What does this mean for the future of Apple TV and will Hulu's offerings compete with iTunes?

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How Hulu's 'The Yard' used its cast to help promote the show

Hulu has launched another great show. The Yard, which just posted its season finale on the online video network, is a hilarious mockumentary about the politics, cliques and rumblings of a middle school yard in a Canadian public school. The Sopranos meets the fifth grade, if you will. We spoke with Executive Producer Frank Siracusa about the launch and success of the show.

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