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  1. Google Launches YouTube Movies Service in Canada

    6:25 am 9/1/2011

    The online movie content play will compete against Netflix Canada, Apple's iTunes and Canadian cable and telecom giants as they target local movies lovers. Read more

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  2. Apple Ends iTunes TV Rentals

    3:17 pm 8/26/2011

    The Internet store will now only sell individual episodes and "Season Passes." Read more

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  3. CRTC: Canadians Love Their Digital Devices

    7:38 am 8/19/2011

    Canadians are increasingly watching TV on their smartphones, tablets and online as U.S. digital giants like Netflix, YouTube and iTunes move north of the border. Read more

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  4. Sundance Institute to Partner With Hulu, Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Netflix

    11:35 am 7/27/2011

    The Artist Services program would help provide exposure to the work of independent filmmakers that have gone through Sundance programs.Read more

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  5. Fanhattan Launches iPad App to Aggregate Movies, TV Shows From Netflix, Hulu Plus, iTunes

    7:30 am 6/1/2011

    “The current landscape for digital entertainment is overflowing with content, but it can be a confusing landscape for consumers to navigate,” says CEO Gilles BianRosa.Read more

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  6. Simon Fuller to Personally Manage ‘American Idol’ Season 10 Winner, Runner-Up

    3:30 am 3/29/2011

    After a brief break, the show's creator and executive producer will return to take a hands-on role in the final two's post-'Idol' careers.Read more

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  7. iTunes to Release First 'Idol' Season 10 Compilation Album

    11:30 am 3/9/2011

    Also sold as individual singles, the 13 tracks are studio versions of songs being performed by the contestants tonight. Read more

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  8. Krantz is digital one at Westwood

    5:00 am 3/29/2007

    Westwood One, provider of 150 news, sports, music and talk radio programs, made former Air America president Gary Krantz its chief digital officer, a new position at the company, in September. He spoke to The Hollywood Reporter West Coast business editor Paul Bond.Read more

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