The a la carte TV options are expanding. If you’re a Hulu subscriber paying $8 per month, you can add Showtime for another $9 now, which is cheaper than Showtime’s recently announced $11 standalone option.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Verizon has plans to shake up the TV industry. It simultaneously wants to offer more channels on its FiOS TV service—and only pay for the shows its viewers are actually watching.
According to Reuters, cable companies are secretly discussing plans that'll let customers choose what channels they want. Content providers won't like this "a la carte" arrangement, but who cares. This is something customers wanted like yesterday. [Reuters via Tech Crunch; Image from IKO/Shutterstock]
As a consumer, there is nothing I like more than having the option to customize a product to fit my needs. Lecia is taking this concept to extreme levels with their new a la carte ordering system.
As the resident satellite radio junkie, this bit of information definitely makes my ears perk. Mel Karmazin, the Sirius head-honcho, talked before a House Judiciary Committee Antitrust Task Force about the merger and some a la carte programming packages that may be in the works. He said that there is no current way to…
The Stradtnomaden kitchen is made up of three portable cubes, that—when built—create a stove, sink, and counter top. Each piece is just 2 feet wide and one foot deep unassembled, which means you can easily port it around in your stolen shopping cart. You'll need electricity and water sources though, so you may want to…