CinemaNow lets you watch full-screen, DVD-quality movies whenever you want. Forget late fees, inconvenient start times or waiting for DVDs in the mail. CinemaNow is a safe, legal and simple way to watch your favorite movies on-demand on your computer, laptop or TV. Here is how to get started.
CyberTelly is a highspeed P2P technology of broadcasting TV, an alternative to Cable-TV or Satellite-TV.
Instead sat-dishes or paying for cable-tv, you can use your broadband for signal transmission. Provider don`t need transponders or a rare slot in cable-tv.
The difference to other technologies like IPTV or TVoIP or TVoverIP is, we do not use poor Client-Server technology.
DAVE Networks utilizes the latest matrix distribution technology to deliver music, video and other information assets to consumer, corporate and commercial customers. DAVE Media Center, our software platform, is a downloadable application that provides both client and server functionality which communicates with other DAVE modules around the world. As our software install base grows so does the power of our network. Each node of the DAVE network matrix provides a distribution capability that can be leveraged by many others around the world.
Fandango is the largest online movie ticketing service, selling tickets to nearly 70 percent of enabled theaters in the U.S. Our theater partners represent more than 15,000 screens across the U.S. and Canada
GreenCine carries the best selection of off-the-wall indie, arthouse and excellent DVD fare out there. GreenCine is about a life of art and the art of life AND celebrating a return of the arts to the Bay Area. GreenCine is about community AND making sure great filmmakers, art houses and festivalgoers all have a place they can call home. We're committed to the community of artists who make it happen, in a City that's happening - and we want you to be involved!
Meet Ed Testy. He's a right-thinkin', God-fearin', gub'mint-hatin' American patriot! Oh yeah, there's one little thing: Ed also happens to be a small gray alien. But don't tell him that, or he'll plug you full o' buckshot. Due to a little cosmic snafu during an otherwise routine alien abduction, Earth Ed died and the alien had his brain scrambled. Now the alien thinks he's Earth Ed. People think his new "look" is the result of being struck by lightning, and so does Ed. But he doesn't give a shit. He's too busy paying his mortgage, drinkin' generic beer, and hating squishy lib'rals.
The Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival begins with the submission of a short film and ends with one eligible filmmaker winning a million-dollar feature film production and distribution deal from Chrysler, Hypnotic and Universal Pictures.