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  1. How Much TV Is Too Much TV? (Analysis)

    2:56 pm 8/2/2012

    The explosion of original scripted series means more options, more risks and more confusion but also better quality and expanded viewing platforms.Read more

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  2. '18 to Life' Alum to Play Gypsy Witch-Prostitute on Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove' (Exclusive)

    10:00 am 7/31/2012

    Tiio Horn will recur in the horror series based on Brian McGreevy's novel.Read more

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  3. Netflix Snags French Series 'Spiral'

    7:13 am 7/27/2012

    The gritty crime drama is the first non English-language show to air with subtitles on the VOD platform.Read more

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  4. Netflix Stock Drops 25 Percent to 52-Week Low

    10:34 am 7/25/2012

    UPDATED: Under the weight of negative comments from analysts, the stock is worth less than one fourth of its $285 value a year ago. Read more

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  5. Netflix Shares Tumble as Subscriber Additions Underwhelm

    1:17 pm 7/24/2012

    The company added 533,000 users of its domestic streaming service during the first quarter, but analysts had forecast 800,000.Read more

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  6. Netflix Names New Chief Marketing Officer

    11:15 am 7/23/2012

    Kelly Bennett will replace Jessie Becker in the position.Read more

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  7. Analysts Discuss Benefits and Risks of BSkyB's Online Video Service Now TV

    9:13 am 7/16/2012

    While the U.K. pay TV giant can take on streamers Netflix and LoveFilm, some fear cannibalization, cord cutting and "a potentially dangerous move away from the bundled approach."Read more

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  8. BSkyB to Launch Standalone Internet TV Service Now TV on Tuesday

    2:33 am 7/16/2012

    UPDATED: The service that will target the market, in which Amazon.com's LoveFilm and Netflix are already playing, will cost $23 for a monthly subscription, with BSkyB betting that it won't encourage cord cutting.Read more

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  9. More Netflix Streamers Pick TV Shows

    3:32 pm 7/12/2012

    A Nielsen study bodes well for "House of Cards," "Arrested Development," similar content.Read more

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  10. TV's Top Showrunners Make a Play for Digital Ad Revenue and Hulu Profits (Exclusive)

    7:00 am 7/12/2012

    As online streaming of hit shows gets more lucrative for networks and studios, one lawyer is attempting to pry loose meaningful participation for creators.Read more

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