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  1. Canada's Bell Media To Offer Streaming TV for Cable Subscribers

    9:59 am 12/2/2014

    CraveTV, previously called Project Latte, is targeting Netflix, not cord-cuttersRead more

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  2. Bill Burr Debuts Netflix Trailer and Reveals 'Better Call Saul' Wish (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 12/2/2014

    "I hope I get the call," he says of 'Saul'Read more

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  3. Analyst: Netflix Will Top 17 Million International Subscribers This Year

    3:19 am 12/2/2014

    The VOD giant added about 3 million paying subscribers outside the United States this quarter, estimates Digital TV Research analyst Simon MurrayRead more

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  4. Gotham Awards: The Winners' Reactions

    4:16 pm 12/1/2014

    Steve Carell, Ellar Coltrane, Julianne Moore, Michael Keaton and more reflected on their wins backstage at New York City's Cipriani Wall StreetRead more

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  5. Where to Watch Six Classic Thanksgiving TV Shows (and One Movie)

    6:25 pm 11/27/2014

    Feast on 'Friends,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Gilmore Girls' and moreRead more

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  6. Netflix Reportedly Sues Former VP Over Kickbacks

    3:08 pm 11/26/2014

    Mike Kail is now chief information officer at YahooRead more

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  7. Here Are the Movies Coming to Netflix in December (and the Ones That Are Leaving)

    8:39 am 11/26/2014

    Goodbye 'Dirty Dancing,' hello 'Wolf of Wall Street'Read more

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  8. YouTube's Music Key Subscription Service: The Impact on Hollywood

    5:00 am 11/25/2014

    Video creators cheer a potential new buyer as Google bets on viewers paying for shortform content (but will anyone watch?)Read more

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  9. Netflix Chief Downplays Nielsen Plans to Measure Streaming Service Viewership

    11:39 am 11/24/2014

    He adds that broadcast TV will probably die by 2030Read more

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  10. French Consumer Group Sues Netflix

    4:58 am 11/24/2014

    It calls the company's fall launch in France "entirely positive" for the consumer but takes issue with the fine print of subscriber contracts Read more

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