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  1. About-Face! HBO Announces Streaming Service

    Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    Up until last week, reigning premium cable champion HBO had rejected any notion of creating its own standalone streaming service. Ignoring the technicality of HBO GO's existence (an online service for cable subscribers), HBO hasn't shown any sign of budging. Outsiders, such as cord cutters...
  2. True Detective - New HBO show

    Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    Starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson Series premiere was Sunday night. Anyone else catch it? I thought it was an excellent opener!
  3. The War of Content Giants: Netflix versus HBO

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    The way we watch content in our home theaters and living rooms is changing. Last week the LA Times reported that Netflix has surpassed Home Box Office (HBO) in total United States subscribers for the first time ever. The score is now Netfix: 31 million U.S. subscribers, HBO: 29. The...
  4. TURBULENCE (1997; DVD; HBO Home Video)

    Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    A Blast From the Past: TURBULENCE (1997; DVD; HBO Home Video) http://media-int.takealot.com/covers/614601/cover-xlpreview.jpg?1326890926Releasing Studio: HBO Home Video/Rysher Entertainment Disc Release Date: December 24, 1997 Disc/Transfer Information: Region 1 Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1...
  5. HBO releasing Deadwood: The Complete Series on Blu-ray November 23

    HBO and Warner have finally announced what Deadwood fans are waiting for -- no, not a movie or new season -- the complete series is coming to Blu-ray, with all 36 episodes in one boxed set. Getting all of the wild west into your Blu-ray player won't be cheap however, as it's carrying a...
  6. PlayStation Network adds HBO content before Zune / Xbox 360, follows iTunes pricing

    Congratulations PSN, you are the first video game console to sell content from HBO. That means you can't buy True Blood, The Sopranos or Rome on Xbox via Zune yet, but you already could on iTunes if you were willing to pay $3 per episode. Contrary to a few reports, that premium pricing...