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  1. Netflix Could Report Loss of 780,000 Subscribers in Third Quarter

    10:29 am 10/24/2011

    Analysts suggest the beleaguered company will report greater subscriber losses than it initially forecasted.Read more

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  2. Netflix Makes U.K. and Ireland 2012 Plans Official

    12:51 am 10/24/2011

    Subscription service will go live early next year offering streaming service for film and TV shows.Read more

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  3. Netflix's Reed Hastings Hasn't Considered Stepping Down, 'Not for A Second'

    6:36 am 10/21/2011

    But the CEO apologizes again for recent missteps, saying "we need to do better," and says the company doesn't want to put HBO and others out of business by pushing into original series.Read more

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  4. Netflix's Reed Hastings Hasn't Considered Stepping Down, 'Not for A Second'

    6:36 am 10/21/2011

    But the CEO apologizes again for recent missteps, saying "we need to do better," and says the company doesn't want to put HBO and others out of business by pushing into original series.Read more

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  5. Amazon.com Adds More PBS Content, Streaming Titles Reach 12,000

    9:56 am 10/19/2011

    A new licensing deal doubles the numbers of videos originally available when streaming service Amazon Prime launched in 2005.Read more

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  6. Skype Founders Working on Netflix Competitor (Report)

    6:18 am 10/18/2011

    Streaming video service Vdio is expected to launch in the U.K. first and focus on a subscription business. Read more

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  7. Winners and Losers of Netflix's Aborted Qwikster Plan

    2:50 pm 10/13/2011

    THR analyzes who came out ahead after the beleaguered company changed course on its proposed offshoot.Read more

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  8. 'Gossip Girl,' 'Vampire Diaries' Go to Netflix Under Four-Year Streaming Licensing Deal with CW

    8:08 am 10/13/2011

    UPDATED: The agreement also covers such shows as "Ringer," "90210" and "Nikita," with analysts estimating it is worth around $1 billion over time and saying it will cut the network's losses, while boosting CBS Corp.'s and Time Warner's bottom lines.Read more

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  9. Canadian Broadcasters: TV Is Still King In The Home

    9:28 am 10/12/2011

    Cord cutting? A Television Bureau of Canada report indicates the vast majority of Canadians prefer watching their favorite shows on a TV screen. Read more

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  10. Netflix's Decision to Cancel DVD-Streaming Split: What the Industry, Consumers Are Saying

    5:04 pm 10/10/2011

    "Lost" co-creator Damon Lindelof tweets: "Somewhere in the world, Qwikster is huddled in a dark, neglected corner crying into his New Coke.”Read more

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