BitTorrent, Inc. Names Co-CEOs to Accelerate Focus on On Demand and Live Streaming Media Platforms
New Co-CEOs Jeremy Johnson and Robert Delamar will lead the growing BitTorrent media platforms. David Chidekel joins to support content acquisition, with Straith Schreder as VP of Creative Initiatives
BitTorrent Welcomes Missy Laney
Sundance Institute Veteran Joins BitTorrent, Inc. as Director of Creative Initiatives focused on the Film Industry.
Friday Download: Prodigy Releases R.I.P. 1 BitTorrent Bundle
The legendary rapper shares the first 15-track installment of his R.I.P. series, with 2 more drops scheduled for March. As golden age rap gave way to West Coast gangsta in the early 90s, back on the East Coast, Mobb Deep helped pioneer a new wave of hardcore rap: first with The Infamous, then again with 1996’s Hell…
A Word on the OS X Malware Attack
In our connected world, no one is safe from malware. All types of software are constantly under attack, making security a major issue for software developers everywhere, every day. This week, the first ransomware on Mac was discovered in a release by the Transmission team. It’s understandable that this has made news, particularly given that…
Staff Picks: February 2016 Edition
Everything we had on repeat this month.
OTT News Launches As Test Case for Live Streaming
*Update, OTT News is now available for iOS and tvOS directly from the App Store. Android users can still download from the Google Play Store.
Reshaping the Internet: What’s a Magnet Link?
Currently in Beta, Project Maelstrom aims to help more of the Internet work the way BitTorrent works. In today’s post, team lead Rob Velasquez discusses one of the key components that makes BitTorrent work so efficiently.
Friday Download: Wiki Shares Lil Me Deluxe Bundle
The NYC-based rapper releases an expanded edition of his acclaimed solo debut, featuring a new video, bonus track, lyric sheets, and more.
The 2015 BitTorrent Report
From Ratking to Rubble Kings: how DIY scenes and outside voices shaped pop culture in 2015. 2015 saw creativity’s declaration of independence. More than 41% of artists we surveyed now say that direct-to-fan distribution — the freedom to share work without a label or a studio — is the single biggest change impacting the arts. It’s bigger…