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  1. MGM Signs With Netflix for Exclusive Streaming in U.K., Ireland

    8:48 am 11/7/2011

    When subscription service goes live in 2012, British and Irish members will have access to most first-run feature films from the studio.Read more

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  2. TumTiki Becomes Newest Destination for TV Shows and Movies on the Internet

    6:00 am 11/7/2011

    The new site, from Frontier Communications, gives users access to 700,000 titles mostly by way of deals with Hulu and Amazon.com.Read more

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  3. Charter Communications Creates Streaming Directory for Netlfix, Amazon and Hulu Content

    9:29 am 11/1/2011

    Broadband subscribers will now have a single destination to search and watch available streaming video.Read more

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  4. Disney-ABC Television Signs Streaming Deals with Netflix, Amazon Prime

    6:30 am 10/31/2011

    Among the content covered by the Amazon.com deal will be ABC Family's "Greek," ABC's "Lost" and "Grey’s Anatomy," Disney Channel's "Phineas & Ferb," and Marvel's "Spider Man" and "X-Men Evolution."Read more

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  5. Ratings Up for German ‘Borgia’ Finale

    5:54 am 10/28/2011

    The final episode of the Tom Fontana-created period series draws 4.7 million viewers on German pubweb ZDF.Read more

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  6. Studios Mull 60-Day Delay on Netflix, Redbox DVD Rentals

    5:29 am 10/28/2011

    The news comes after Kevin Tsujihara, president of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, said the studio is looking at possibly lengthening the current 28 days delay.Read more

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  7. Redbox to Raise DVD Rental Price 20% Per Day

    2:32 pm 10/27/2011

    The kiosk company announces a fee hike as quarterly profit and revenue soar past Wall Street's expectations.Read more

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  8. Netflix Accounted For One-Third of Downstream Internet Traffic in September (Report)

    1:08 pm 10/27/2011

    The troubled streaming video company was a major player online last month, but a new study says it may have already peaked.Read more

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  9. Reed Hastings Loses $300 Million in Netflix Collapse

    11:23 am 10/26/2011

    In 15 weeks, company shares have sunk 74 percent, wiping out nearly $12 billion in market value. Read more

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  10. Analyst: Netflix's Fall From Grace Boosts Pay TV Networks

    5:44 am 10/26/2011

    "Netflix's execution missteps possibly open the door for Dish's Blockbuster offering to take share," notes Morgan Stanley's Benjamin Swinburne.Read more

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