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  1. Women in Film Foundation's Film Finishing Fund Gives Grants to Eight Films

    7:57 pm 9/28/2011

    The 26-year-old program provides awards of $50,000, donated by Netflix.Read more

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  2. Netflix Takes North American Rights to Tom Fontana's 'Borgia'

    4:48 am 9/28/2011

    European drama starring John Doman is Netflix's first major international series acquisition.Read more

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  3. Netflix, DreamWorks Animation Finalize Streaming Deal

    7:56 pm 9/25/2011

    The pact is being touted as the first time a major Hollywood content provider has chosen Web streaming over pay TV.Read more

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  4. Facebook Introduces New Applications For Music, Movies and TV On the Social Network

    1:13 pm 9/23/2011

    CEO Mark Zuckerberg was joined by Netflix's Reed Hastings and Spotify's Daniel Ex onstage at the company's F8 event to demonstrate how users can now share what they're watching and listening to.Read more

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  5. Dish Network and Blockbuster Will Combine Their Wares

    11:23 am 9/23/2011

    The new product, dubbed Blockbuster Movie Pass, includes DVDs, video games and unlimited streaming, but is only available to Dish subscribers.Read more

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  6. Is Netflix A Bargain?

    9:49 am 9/23/2011

    Amid the stock slide and Qwikster debacle, some see opportunity.Read more

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  7. Netflix Wants to Change Law Against Revealing Video-Viewing History

    9:11 am 9/23/2011

    Netflix lobbies for change of Video Privacy Protection Act. Meanwhile, company faces developing class action lawsuit for violating VPPA.Read more

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  8. Netflix, Discovery Communications Reach Deal

    6:10 am 9/21/2011

    The two-year, non-exclusive agreement includes only previous episodes and does not include Oprah Winfrey's OWN or The Hub.Read more

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  9. Netflix Shares Sink Again as Analysts Dig Into Qwikster and Blockbuster Sets Press Event

    2:40 pm 9/20/2011

    UPDATED: The formerly high-flying stock was off 10 percent on Tuesday and has sunk 57 percent in two months.Read more

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