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  1. Netflix Investors File Class-Action Lawsuit

    12:03 pm 1/16/2012

    Legal claim accuses digital subscription outfit with concealing info about contracts with content providers.Read more

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  2. TiVo: Recorded and Internet-Delivered Content Surpasses Live TV Viewership

    6:03 am 1/11/2012

    The DVR company’s audience research unit found that only 38 percent of viewing by its users is live, or 27 percent among users of Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus and other Web video options.Read more

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  3. Redbox, Blockbuster Oppose Warner Bros. Plan to Delay New DVD Rentals for Eight Weeks

    5:41 am 1/11/2012

    Netflix is going along with the new plan, with one analyst saying that the online streaming firm is "really not focused on new releases."Read more

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  4. Netflix Launches in the U.K. and Ireland With Hollywood Fare to Tempt Subscribers

    4:37 am 1/9/2012

    UPDATED: The streaming video service will take on Amazon.com's LoveFilm luring subscribers with film and TV hits such as "The Hobbit," "Breaking Bad" and "The Expendables" and cost 5.99 pounds a month in the U.K.Read more

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  5. TCA: Jeffrey Tambor on 'Arrested Development' Reboot

    3:40 pm 1/6/2012

    The "Bent" co-star notes that the nine episodes for Netflix will serve as a prequel for the much-buzzed about movie.Read more

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  6. 6 Hollywood Stock Picks for 2012

    12:52 pm 1/6/2012

    THE REPORT: THR polls Wall Street analysts for which stocks they believe should be bought and sold in the next year. Read more

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  7. LoveFilm Ramps Up U.K. Content Ahead of Netflix Launch

    7:43 am 1/6/2012

    The Amazon-owned rental and streaming service now has rights to a caltalog including “Doctor Who,” "Spooks” and the original U.K. version of “Prime Suspect.”Read more

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  8. Warner Bros. Doubles Delay on Netflix, Redbox DVD Rentals to 56 Days

    5:42 am 1/6/2012

    The change is part of Hollywood studios' effort to support DVD sales.Read more

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  9. Time Warner Will Consider Office Space Outside New York in Real Estate Review

    2:17 pm 1/5/2012

    CFO John Martin says that 2012 could be a strong year for the company thanks to a promising film slate and a continuation of solid ad trends, but that a longer-term review of the firm's real estate strategy must also look beyond the Big Apple.Read more

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  10. HBO to Netflix: Buy Your Own Darn Discs!

    1:37 pm 1/5/2012

    The premium channel tells the streaming and DVD-by-mail company — which has increasingly been viewed as a competitor — that it will no longer supply them discounted product.Read more

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