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  1. Dish Wooing New Customers by Giving Away Subscriptions to Blockbuster

    7:15 pm 5/19/2011

    Incoming CEO Joe Clayton says acquisitions and other initiatives are in store as it steps up competition with Netflix.Read more

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  2. Netflix, Miramax Strike Multi-Year Streaming Deal

    5:39 am 5/16/2011

    The deal will bring such Miramax classics as "Pulp Fiction," "Shakespeare in Love," "The English Patient," "Good Will Hunting," "Bad Santa," "Scream," "Spy Kids," "The Piano" and "Kill Bill" to Netflix in the studio's first deal with a digital subscription service.Read more

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  3. Analysts Opine on Possible Netflix-Starz Deal Renewal

    5:27 pm 5/10/2011

    While Netflix CEO Reed Hastings on "Charlie Rose" last week signaled he expects a potential new streaming deal in the $200 million-per-year range and some analysts have talked of up to $300 million, Starz executives have said they will focus on pricing and packaging issues.Read more

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  4. Jeff Bewkes: If Premium VOD Hurts Theatrical Business, 'We All Have to Rethink' It

    8:47 am 5/4/2011

    The Time Warner CEO also says he doesn't see a benefit in spinning off HBO and suggests few Netflix users have discontinued their pay TV subscriptions.Read more

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  5. NHL's Dirty Little Secret Feeds Canada's UFC Frenzy

    10:45 am 5/1/2011

    Dana White's Ultimate Fighter Championship finally breaks out in hockey-mad Canada with much-hyped UFC 129 promotional event in Toronto, Canada's biggest TV market, led by local hero and champ Georges St. Pierre on the main card. Read more

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  6. DirecTV May Take on Netflix With Stream Video Sub Service

    8:12 am 4/27/2011

    The satellite TV giant is exploring options as rival Dish is expected to use the acquisition of Blockbuster to beef up its streaming offers.Read more

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  7. Netflix Shares Decline After First-Quarter Results

    7:14 am 4/26/2011

    Citing valuation concerns, Janney Montgomery Scott analyst Tony Wible downgrades the stock to “sell” in a report entitled “Headwinds Trump Momentum.” Read more

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  8. Netflix to License More Original Programs

    2:01 pm 4/25/2011

    UPDATED: After acquiring first-run rights to David Fincher’s “House of Cards,” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells are trying to build a big audience for a well-produced serialized show.Read more

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  9. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Doubles Salary in 2010 to $5.5 Million

    3:13 pm 4/20/2011

    It could be considered a modest raise considering shares of the DVD and streaming-content company more than tripled last year.Read more

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  10. Canadian Broadcasters Want Netflix Regulated Like TV‎

    6:45 am 4/15/2011

    Canuck broadcasters tell regulators that Netflix is acting more like a premium broadcaster with upcoming 'House of Cards' drama, and should be regulated as such. Read more

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