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  1. Amazon, Viacom Ink Multiyear Licensing Deal

    6:35 am 6/4/2013

    As part of the multinational deal, the company will now carry a vast collection of Viacom series formerly available on Netflix, including "Dora the Explorer" and "SpongeBob SquarePants."Read more

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  2. Lionsgate to Make More TV Shows With Expanding SVOD Players

    7:06 am 5/31/2013

    The mini-studio launching or developing new series with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon is just the "tip of the iceberg," topper Jon Feltheimer told analysts Friday. Read more

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  3. HBO CEO Discusses Importance of Movies and Originals, Netflix

    11:04 am 5/30/2013

    Richard Plepler predicts profit growth, explains why binge viewing is not a focus for him and addresses the much-debated future of HBO Go.Read more

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  4. Netflix Content Chief: BBC Holds Back Kids Shows Licenses in U.K.

    4:44 am 5/30/2013

    Ted Sarandos says the broadcaster doesn't sell its children's series to the streaming service in Britain for up to five years, forcing it to offer more U.S. shows.Read more

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  5. How 'The Killing' Came Back to Life

    5:00 am 5/29/2013

    Television's new math revived the canceled series as Fox, DirecTV, Netflix and AMC jumped in to fight for it.Read more

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  6. Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks 'Grand Vision' for TV

    8:19 pm 5/28/2013

    The giant technology company has sold 13 million Apple TV units, but executives aren't saying what else is in store regarding television.Read more

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  7. 'Arrested Development' Surpasses 'House of Cards' as Netflix's Biggest Hit

    2:06 pm 5/28/2013

    The long-awaited fourth season of the cult hit generated three times the usage of "Cards," according to Procera Networks. Read more

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  8. 'Arrested Development' Pirated More Than 100,000 Times in 24 Hours

    1:33 pm 5/28/2013

    Less than a month ago, Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said that BitTorrent traffic drops as Netflix traffic grows.Read more

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  9. 'Arrested Development': What Hollywood Is Saying

    3:31 pm 5/27/2013

    Famous fans including Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Erika Christensen, along with star Tony Hale and executive producer Ron Howard, shared their enthusiasm for the return of the beloved series.Read more

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  10. 'Arrested Development': What the Critics Are Saying

    2:56 pm 5/27/2013

    Netflix brings the Bluth family back for a 15-episode fourth season to the delight (and sometimes chagrin) of TV reviewers. Read more

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