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  1. AFM: RogueFlix Launches Millennial Filmmakers Fund

    7:30 am 11/7/2013

    The action movie website and app plans to fund two or three productions per year targeted at young male audiences.Read more

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  2. Lionsgate Inks China Distribution Deal With Sid Ganis' Jiaflix Enterprises

    7:09 am 11/6/2013

    The multi-year agreement will make titles like "The Twilight Saga Eclipse," "Princess Bride" and "Dirty Dancing" available for streaming on M1905.com, the online division of China Movie Channel. Read more

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  3. German Court Bans Internet 'Throttling' by Deutsche Telekom

    4:53 am 10/31/2013

    Telekom's move to restrict broadband speeds would have made it nearly impossible for customers to use a VOD or IPTV platform other than its own Entertain service. Read more

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  4. Netflix, Disney Strike Netherlands Deal

    4:10 am 10/16/2013

    Netflix will have exclusive Dutch subscription VOD rights for Disney titles.Read more

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  5. MIPCOM: Disney Unveils Series of Digital Deals

    11:01 am 10/7/2013

    Marvel's "Agents of SHIELD" starts strong abroad.Read more

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  6. Public Broadcasters Pull Plug on German 'Hulu'

    9:07 am 9/17/2013

    The VOD service Germany's Gold launched with much fanfare last year but fell foul of local competition authorities.Read more

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  7. Netflix Launches in the Netherlands

    11:21 pm 9/10/2013

    Kicking off the streaming video service in the first new territory since the company rolled out in Scandinavia last year, CEO Reed Hastings said: "We're proud to bring the future of television to the Netherlands."Read more

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  8. Dutch Ramp Up VOD Offers Ahead of Netflix Launch

    9:43 am 9/9/2013

    The online movie and TV service is expected to bow in the Netherlands Sept. 11, just ahead of the International Broadcasting Convention.Read more

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  9. Global On-Demand Revenues to Top $6 Billion by 2018 (Report)

    6:33 am 8/14/2013

    North America and Western Europe currently account for the bulk of on-demand revenue but growth in Asia and Latin America is set to skyrocket, a recent study finds.Read more

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  10. Japan's Rakuten to Take on Netflix, Amazon's LoveFilm in Europe

    9:24 am 7/12/2013

    The e-commerce giant plans to roll out its Wuaki.tv streaming service across the continent.Read more

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