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  1. LoveFilm Ramps Up U.K. Content Ahead of Netflix Launch

    7:43 am 1/6/2012

    The Amazon-owned rental and streaming service now has rights to a caltalog including “Doctor Who,” "Spooks” and the original U.K. version of “Prime Suspect.”Read more

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  2. Warner Bros. Doubles Delay on Netflix, Redbox DVD Rentals to 56 Days

    5:42 am 1/6/2012

    The change is part of Hollywood studios' effort to support DVD sales.Read more

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  3. Time Warner Will Consider Office Space Outside New York in Real Estate Review

    2:17 pm 1/5/2012

    CFO John Martin says that 2012 could be a strong year for the company thanks to a promising film slate and a continuation of solid ad trends, but that a longer-term review of the firm's real estate strategy must also look beyond the Big Apple.Read more

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  4. HBO to Netflix: Buy Your Own Darn Discs!

    1:37 pm 1/5/2012

    The premium channel tells the streaming and DVD-by-mail company — which has increasingly been viewed as a competitor — that it will no longer supply them discounted product.Read more

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  5. Netflix, TiVo are Wednesday's Darlings of Wall Street

    5:04 pm 1/4/2012

    One company boasts of streaming 2 billion hours of content in three months; the other benefits from a settled legal dispute and its CEO infers more lawsuits could be forthcoming.Read more

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  6. Analyst: Netflix Now the 15th Most-Watched TV 'Network' in U.S.

    10:52 am 1/4/2012

    BTIG's Richard Greenfield says it would be No. 2 in homes that subscribe to Netflix — second only to CBS.Read more

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  7. Netflix Users Streamed More Than 2 Billion Hours of TV Shows, Movies in Fourth Quarter

    5:31 am 1/4/2012

    "With more U.S. members watching instantly, and aided by global expansion, Netflix streaming hours grew dramatically in 2011," the company says.Read more

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  8. This Just In: Americans Love DVRs and Streaming Movies Online

    6:00 pm 1/3/2012

    A study due Wednesday indicates that watching a movie via a subscription service like Netflix is rapidly gaining on DVD and Blu-ray as the preferred method of at-home viewing.Read more

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  9. Analyst Predicts Declines in TV Viewing, Movie Attendance in 2012

    3:04 pm 1/3/2012

    BTIG's Richard Greenfield also expects success for Netflix's original programming push, video subscription offers from YouTube and deals involving Starz and AMC Networks.Read more

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  10. Netflix to Bow Original Series 'Lilyhammer' on Feb. 6 (Video)

    9:51 am 1/3/2012

    The streaming service will offer all eight episodes of the Steven Van Zandt drama the day it launches.Read more

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