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Amazon Considering An Online TV Service [Rumor]

When it comes to online video streaming, there are plenty of options right now. We can companies like Hulu and Netflix. Even Amazon has their own video program, however according to a report from Bloomberg, it would seem that Amazon could be considering making the move towards an online TV service. Show More Summary

Amazon reportedly considering move into live TV streaming

According to a new report, Amazon is looking into building out its own live online TV service. The report comes from Bloomberg, and while it doesn't contain much in the way of details, it seems that the service would be distinctly different from its current on-demand Amazon Prime Video streaming service. Show More Summary

Bloomberg: Amazon wants to replace your cable company

Amazon is an insanely ambitious company, which is why we can’t say we’re surprised about a new Bloomberg report claiming that the pride of Jeff Bezos is working on a cable-killing live TV streaming service that will serve as a complement...Show More Summary

Amazon reportedly interested in developing live TV service, approached CBS & NBCUniversal

Amazon is reportedly interested in building a live TV service of sorts as Bloomberg reports the company has approached NBCUniversal and CBS to gauge an interest in providing content. The report didn’t expand on exactly what type of live TV service Amazon might be interested in, but a live component would add to Amazon’s existing on-demand […]

Amazon is considering making its own TV service (AMZN)

Amazon is considering creating its own online TV service, according to Bloomberg. The company is said to have reached out to CBS and NBC Universal. The talks are said to be in preliminary stages. The news comes as reports have suggested that Apple has been in talks to create its own TV service as well. Show More Summary

'It's basically a bunch of autistic people wandering around' — Michael Lewis on Silicon Valley

Michael Lewis is not a huge fan of Silicon Valley, America's capital of high-tech. At least, he's not into the culture of Silicon Valley. "It's basically a bunch of autistic people wandering around," Lewis said on Bloomberg TV. He was asked whether he would ever write another book about technology. Show More Summary

TV Stations Are Already Expecting a Record Windfall From the 2016 Elections. And That’s Not Counting Another Billionaire Who Some Are Urging to Join the Presidential Race

“Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman, who got rich making wagers, is now betting that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will run for president of the United States in 2016 — and win,” reports USA Today. Ackman told Bloomberg...

Barry Diller: "If Trump Wins I'll Move Out Of The Country"

IAC/Interactive Chairman Barry Diller spoke with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about many things including the state of the TV industry, Tinder, and Jack Dorsey at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in New York today. However,...Show More Summary

Howard Marks will bet you 2 barrels of oil you don't know what the price of one barrel will be next year (USO, WTI, OIL, VDE, BNO)

Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks will give you $100 if you nail the price of oil one year out. Except that you won't. In an interview on Bloomberg TV on Tuesday, Marks said forecasting the short-term price of oil is basically a Catch-22 situation. Show More Summary

PAUL TUDOR JONES: The Fed is doing something it has never done before

Closely-followed hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones II said on Bloomberg TV's new show "Bloomberg " that the Fed is in uncharted territory. Current global growth conditions are typically associated with the Fed lowering interest rates,...Show More Summary

Amazon Flexes Muscles, Bans Apple TV and Chromecast

Oct. 1 -- Amazon is flexing its e-commerce muscles to gain an edge on competitors in the video-streaming market by ending the sale of devices from Google and Apple that aren't easily compatible with Amazon's video service. Bloomberg's Tom Giles has        

Amazon sets a worrisome precedent by halting Chromecast and Apple TV sales

Amazon will stop selling certain competing video streaming products, according to report by Bloomberg, which TNW has confirmed. It kinda sucks. Amazon emailed its marketplace sellers to indicate it will stop selling Google’s Chromecast and Apple TV next month. Show More Summary

Amazon Lashes Out At Competitors, Banning Apple TV And Chromecast

The war for your attention just became a bit more divided. Bloomberg reported Thursday that Amazon's online store will stop selling Apple TV and Google Chromecast devices. Why would Amazon do this? Simple: Google and Apple don't offer Amazon's video product on their devices, so Amazon's not offering those devices on its store. Show More Summary

News: Amazon to ban sale of Apple TV

In a move intended to promote its own Prime Video service, Amazon is banning the sale of competing video streaming devices on its online store, Bloomberg reports. An email recently sent to its marketplace sellers noted that it will no...Show More Summary

Amazon Will Reportedly Ban Sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast

Amazon plans to discontinue sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast, two enormously popular streaming devices that compete with the company’s own Fire TV and Fire TV stick. Bloomberg Business reports Amazon has dispatched a memo to all...Show More Summary

Amazon kicks Apple TV and Google Chromecast out of the store

Want to buy the new Chromecast or the upcoming Apple TV? You won't be able to get them from Amazon. As first reported by Bloomberg, Amazon is planning on dropping streaming devices that don't work with its Prime Video streaming service as of Oct. Show More Summary

Amazon pulling Apple TV and Chromecast over Prime Video support

Say goodbye to Prime shipping of the Apple TV and Chromecast. In an email obtained by Bloomberg, Amazon informed marketplace sellers that it would no longer allow the sale of the two devices after October 29. The reason is that they don't offer easy access Amazon Prime Video. Show More Summary

Amazon reportedly plans to stop selling Apple TV box

Amazon is reportedly planning to end sales of two popular streaming video products. One of them is Google's Chromecast HDMI dongle, while the other is the Apple TV set-top box. According to Bloomberg: No new listings for the products will be allowed and posting of existing inventory will be removed Oct. Show More Summary

Amazon to Cease Selling Apple TV, Google Chromecast Over 'Prime Video' Incompatibility

Amazon plans to stop selling some streaming video devices that compete with its Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, reports Bloomberg. It will no longer offer Google's Chromecast or Apple's Apple TV for sale in its online store. Amazon today sent an email to marketplace sellers notifying them of the upcoming change. Show More Summary

Amazon to block sales of Apple TV due to lack of Prime Video support

If you’re looking to buy an Apple TV online, you may need to look somewhere other than Amazon in the very near future. A new report from Bloomberg claims that an internal email at indicates the retailer will block sales of Apple’s streaming device because it doesn’t support Amazon Prime Video. The change will take place […]

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