Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Movie Clips Site Just Purchased By Fandango

The popular ticketing website, Fandango, has just purchased MovieClips in an effort to expand its database of accessible movies.

Fandango is a fruitful movie company that sells movie tickets for more than 23,000 theaters across the United States. The company did not release any information on the financial aspects of the deal, but the business deal will surely give Fandango some extra footing in the movie business.

MovieClips is a company that places clips from popular movies and puts them on YouTube for people to view. The company monetizes the clips and earns profits through advertisements.

MovieClip’s network has more … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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PC Review Game: COD Black Ops

Blacks Ops sports the most amazing graphics and game play on the market today. Experts could wish to participate in a wager match where they stake a percentage of their foreign money towards different on-line players. It’s here that the intense good points in currency might be made giving access to some of the more unique and fascinating weapons and perks.

Rounding off the excellent online mode is ‘Theatre’ and four-player Co-op zombie killing. Theatre is a new addition, allowing the participant to view replays, play clips and add their finest moments to the internet. Judging by the hundreds of … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Watch Music Videos

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Music and music videos have evolved so much within the last decade. One of the most important changes has occurred in the way that people view videos. There’s a lot of be said for all of the new technology that has surfaced for music lovers. People watch music videos on cell phones, laptops, and iPads. This is part of the changing evolution of digital technology.

It did not take a long time for videos to catch up with the digital movement that has taken place by way of the internet. Music has been heard, shared, and stored … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Never Lick a Stamp Again with Netflix

Never Lick a Stamp Again with Netflix

When the Netflix online movie service began, you would use your home Internet connection to browse the catalogue and then wait a few days for the postal service to deliver your rental with a return envelope.

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English: A Netflix envelope picture taken by BlueMint. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today, things are much easier. You can download movies direct from Netflix by using any one of many home entertainment devices, like the Roku Digital Video Recorder (DVR), or a game console like the Xbox 360.

Other popular Netflix-enabled devices in homes today are any of … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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