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  1. Netflix Launch Fuels Streaming Video Growth in Australia

    8:18 am 4/24/2015

    Australian consumers have embraced Netflix and its rivals, but a month after hitting the market down under, the company is also finding some challenges.Read more

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  2. Lori Loughlin Hopeful She'll Be on 'Fuller House' (Video)

    9:04 am 4/23/2015

    The actress, who played Aunt Becky on 'Full House,' also reveals whether some rumors about the original ABC sitcom are true or false.Read more

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  3. 'Parks and Recreation's' Aziz Ansari, Mike Schur Set New Comedy at Netflix

    8:30 pm 4/21/2015

    Co-created by Ansari and fellow 'Parks and Recreation' co-EP Alan Yang.Read more

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  4. Netflix Renews 'Daredevil' for Second Season — With New Showrunners

    5:00 pm 4/21/2015

    Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez will take over for Steven DeKnight as showrunners for season two.Read more

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  5. Canada's BroadbandTV Buys Rival YouTube MCN YoBoHo

    6:00 am 4/21/2015

    The Mumbai-based company claims to be one of the leading kids multi-channel networks. Read more

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  6. It's Official: 'Full House' Revival Heading to Netflix

    9:43 pm 4/20/2015

    The streaming service made the long-rumored news official with a 13-episode commitment to 'Fuller House.'Read more

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  7. Netflix Ends Quarter With More Than 59 Million Subscribers

    12:33 pm 4/15/2015

    Revenue and earnings per share both fell short of expectations.Read more

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  8. Netflix Teams With 'Planet Earth' Creators on Natural History Series 'Our Planet'

    6:00 am 4/15/2015

    In partnership with the WWF, the eight-part series will air in 2019.Read more

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  9. Netflix Renews 'Orange is the New Black' for Fourth Season

    5:58 am 4/15/2015

    The Litchfield inmates will be streaming through 2016.Read more

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  10. TV Cord-Cutting Gathers Pace in Canada

    9:28 am 4/14/2015

    A Convergence Consulting report says 95,000 Canadians shed their cable TV subscriptions in 2014, up from a year-earlier 13,000. Read more

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