Netflix, Crackle, and AOL step up their original content efforts

Netflix original programmingConsumers have no shortage of online video sources to get up to speed on their favorite show or consume a whole series in marathon watching sessions, but many OTT video providers are now trying to differentiate themselves by offering their own original content. With the approach of Netflix's (Nasdaq: NFLX) premiere of the fourth season of "Arrested Development," FierceOnlineVideo editor Mariko Hewer examines the growing interest in original programming. Read more

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