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ViacomCBS | August 03, 2021
ViacomCBS Inc. today announced multi-year distribution agreements with Cox Communications to continue delivering leading content from ViacomCBS’ extensive portfolio of broadcast, entertainment, news and sports networks, including BET, CBS Sports Network, CMT, Comedy Central, Logo, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, Pop TV, SHOWTIME®, Smithsonian Channel, Telefe, TV Land and VH1. The deal also includes retransmission consent of CBS broadcast stations in Los Angeles.
uploadvr | April 01, 2020
Facebook is ending software updates for the Samsung Gear VR. Further, users will no longer be able to access films or download the Oculus Video app. The Samsung Gear VR is a smartphone-based VR headset. Like Google Cardboard and its plastic derivatives, users slot in their smartphone which acts as the display and computer. Unlike cardboard, however, it features a dedicated gyroscope and accelerometer, and runs the same Oculus mobile platform and store as the Oculus Go....
Hidden Door | March 17, 2022
Hidden Door is a new technology studio at the crossroads of machine learning and immersive entertainment. It has started with the lofty ambition of developing the world's first narrative multiverse – a platform for generating and sharing endless stories. The firm is founded by AI entrepreneurs Hilary Mason, and Matt Brandwein has raised $2 million in a pre-seed round headed by Northzone, with Makers Fund, Betaworks, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Homebrew, and angels Dan Sturman (CTO of Rob...
cnet | April 13, 2020
Hang in there, everyone. While the coronavirus situation seems to be getting worse, the free-entertainment situation is getting better. Nearly every day I learn of some new offering to help keep you occupied while you wait it out at home. Games, movies, comics, virtual tours, live theater, guitar lessons -- all that and more, and all you need for most of it is a computer, phone, tablet or TV. I'm updating this post regularly, so bookmark it and check back often for new additions. In the mean...
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