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After premiering in February to critical acclaim with no commercials, no set show lengths, and its entire season available all at once,...
By Michael R. McBride
The reclusive former Comedy Central star may be contemplating a series for a subscription service
Through their mindless willingness to sell DVDs to Redbox and Netflix, the studios have cheapened their entire food chain
The still-grim economy is also nudging consumers away from premium services
Netflix CEO explains why he doesn't mind that his company will pay hundreds of millions more to renew its streaming deal with Starz
Also expects overseas success for "Hunger Games"
The social media giant is looking for partners who want to stream movies and music
Iconic films from studio's library -- like "Pulp Fiction" -- will be available to watch instantly for the first time
"Avatar" top selling DVD according to SNL Kagan while Fox leads the market for disc sales
Time Warner chief says shorter windows means less piracy, but he doesn't tip his hand about how early releases are selling
Video site posts letter confirming TheWrap's April story and announcing a new service to rent 3,000 feature films
The disc sales business is circling the drain faster than ever, as more consumers opt to rent/stream movies through Netflix or Redbox rather than purchase them
Announcing Q1 earnings, company warns of increased competition in the streaming market and higher costs from international expansion; plans to license two or three more "smaller" original programs
TheGrill@Tribeca: "Netflix's growth into a traditional mass market media company parallels cable televisions channels' outreach and move to a more and more mass audience"
Only catch is that programming is only available to subscribers of the premium channels
Producers, distributors, aggregators and tech enablers are now pitted in momentous clashes, with tens of billions of dollars at stake
Technology and entertainment entrepreneur compares YouTube to a Wal-Mart bargain bin, and isn't optimistic about its streaming plans
The video streaming site is growing, but not bringing in enough revenue quickly enough to suit Disney, News Corp and NBCUniversal
Study by IHS Screen Digest News Flash says Netflix has enough subscribers and content deals to endure tighter windows
Move intensifies competition in the increasingly crowded digital video field
On eve of House vote, Reed Hastings says controversial regulations are key to preserving an open internet
Analysis: The rental chain has lost customers and closed hundreds of stores, but it is ready-made for online video
The online video service will fork over about $1 million per episode to Lionsgate TV
First two seasons of "Sons of Anarchy" and other titles such as "Ally McBeal" will also be made available
With the disc business fading fast, and Netflix charging hard, film and TV studios are eager to find new online distribution platforms
Joe Patrick tapped as SVP, responsible for all broadcast, cable distribution deals
Citing unnamed source, wire service says companies are nearing agreement worth "north of $100 million over five years"
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts