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CW Strikes Deal with Apple to Bring Content to Apple TV
Apple Working With NYPD to Track Stolen iPhones
CBS considers producing original content for streaming services

Live Blog: Arrested Development & Netflix At Dive Into Media

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Been enjoying House Of Cards, the first original programming from Netflix? Next up is the much-awaited return of Arrested Development, and talking about it today at the Dive Into Media conference is one of the stars, Will Arnett, creator Mitch Hurwitz, producer Brian Grazer and Netflix chief... Please visit Marketing Land...
Live Blog: Arrested Development & Netflix At Dive Into Media
Mellanox devises modular-switching software to sell more rack switches

How to Buy Netflix's House of Cards on Amazon

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Perhaps you’ve heard that Netflix is showing “House of Cards“, a new TV series starring Kevin Spacey. But maybe you don’t have a $8-a-month Netflix subscription, or don’t want to try the service’s free one-month trial. Or maybe you just don’t like streaming video. Here’s your answer: You can buy...
How to Buy Netflix's House of Cards on Amazon
Possible Photos of Second-Generation iPad Mini Rear Shell Surface
'Arrested Development' fans untangle season four timeline with alternate edits

Netflix to launch original kids' series with DreamWorks this December

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Netflix’s first original drama, House of Cards, is available now; new episodes of Arrested Development are coming soon; and now Netflix is getting into original kids’ programming in a partnership with DreamWorks Animation. The animated series, Turbo: F.A.S.T., is based on DreamWorks’ upcoming summer film Turbo. Turbo: F.A.S.T will debut in December. In addition, Netflix announced...
Netflix to launch original kids' series with DreamWorks this December
HBO chief hints at bundling broadband Internet with standalone HBO Go service
Dinner and a Moviepass: Startup says it's bringing couples together with movies

Comcast acquires full ownership of NBCUniversal ahead of schedule

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Comcast, the nation's largest cable provider, will consolidate its control over NBCUniversal by buying out the 49 percent of the media company that it doesn't already own. Comcast will pay General Electric $16.7 billion for the shares and shell out $1.4 billion for related real estate, including the iconic...
Comcast acquires full ownership of NBCUniversal ahead of schedule

HBO Go

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Yesterday as I was getting off a plane, I saw this tweet on my phone and replied to it: @jwklemanski yessssss @sai_tools @stevekovach — Fred Wilson (@fredwilson) February 12, 2013   Steve probably tweeted that news at me because of the HBO No Go post from last August in which...
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Amazon swipes Dora from Netflix with new Viacom streaming deal

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Dora has found a new casa at Amazon. Amazon this morning announced a streaming deal with Viacom Networks that brings a broad selection of exclusive children’s programming to the Amazon Prime Instant Video service, following the expiration of Netflix’s deal with Viacom. Shows included in the deal include popular kids...
Amazon swipes Dora from Netflix with new Viacom streaming deal
How High Will Marissa Go? Bidding For Hulu Eclipses $1 Billion
Comcast will stream on demand shows from HBO, Showtime, and 28 others during free trial week for subscribers

Viral Video Chart: Chris Hadfield, Daft Punk, Arrested Development

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Canadian astronaut sets the world in a spin and hand-drawn animation packs a punch in our rundown of the top online clipsDavid Bowie has won frenzied acclaim for the videos from his new album The Next Day, but it's a cover version of one of his songs that has caused...
Viral Video Chart: Chris Hadfield, Daft Punk, Arrested Development

That's a lot of videos: YouTube now responsible for 17% of home Internet traffic

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YouTube is now responsible for 17.1 percent of all residential fixed-line downstream traffic in North America, according to Sandvine’s latest global internet phenomena report. The traffic management specialist’s report for the first half of 2013 still lists Netflix as the most popular bandwidth consumption pastime — 32.3 percent of all...
That's a lot of videos: YouTube now responsible for 17% of home Internet traffic

W3C to explore a proposal bringing DRM hooks to HTML

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The web is defined by the free, open exchange of information, right? Not necessarily. The W3C has decided that it's "in scope" for its HTML Working Group to explore a specification for the Encrypted Media Extensions framework, which would allow companies to plug in their own copy protection for...
W3C to explore a proposal bringing DRM hooks to HTML

Intel Set-Top Box and Cable TV Service Won't Initially Revolutionize the Industry

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At today's AllThingsD Dive Into Media Conference, Intel Media vice president Erik Huggers announced that the company is indeed working on an Internet TV service and a set-top box to go along with it. Huggers noted that Intel has put together a team of people hired from Apple, Netflix, and...
Intel Set-Top Box and Cable TV Service Won't Initially Revolutionize the Industry

Netflix Says It's 'Killing' BitTorrent Traffic

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With nearly 30 million streaming subscribers in the U.S. alone, Netflix is one the major providers of online video entertainment. That’s quite an achievement, especially when taking into consideration that streaming Hollywood blockbusters was virtually impossible half a decade ago. Furthermore, with the rise of these legal options people have...
Netflix Says It's 'Killing' BitTorrent Traffic

Netflix drops 1,800 films, shows in May, adds to original show roster

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Netflix is dropping almost 1,800 items of content in May, due to a number of content deals expiring. Titles such as James Bond films Dr. No and Goldfinger will no longer be available to stream, though customers will still be able to look forward to new titles being added to...
Netflix drops 1,800 films, shows in May, adds to original show roster

Was "House of Cards" Worth It For Netflix?

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Netflix got into the HBO business with a bang in February when it launched “House of Cards”. The much-hyped miniseries had a big budget, big names in front of the camera and behind it, and a Big Idea — binge viewing! — that generated even more buzz for the launch....
Was "House of Cards" Worth It For Netflix?
90 Seconds on The Verge: Google Glass, PlayStation 4, and new Netflix exclusives

What online video and TV fans can expect from Microsoft's next Xbox

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Microsoft is scheduled to take the wraps off its next Xbox at an event in Redmond, Wash. Tuesday, and the reveal of the new device is likely to not just get gaming fans excited: Game consoles have become the most popular devices to consume Netflix and other forms of online...
What online video and TV fans can expect from Microsoft's next Xbox

Netflix coming to HTML5 just as soon as the DRM ducks are in a row

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Netflix users on Windows and OS X currently depend on Microsoft's Silverlight plugin to watch videos. With Silverlight no longer under active development, the company is looking at alternative delivery systems for its app-free, browser-based video delivery. The answer it's picked is, unsurprisingly, HTML5, but as the company details...
Netflix coming to HTML5 just as soon as the DRM ducks are in a row
Netflix kills third party app platform, current apps will continue to work
Dora, meet Prime: Amazon snaps up Viacom shows after Netflix deal expires

Amazon's LOVEFiLM Instant grabs exclusive access to Vikings television show in Germany and the UK

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Amazon is beefing up its content offering on LOVEFILM Instant, its on-demand streaming service in the UK, Germany and Scandinavia, with exclusive access to the US television series Vikings. It will be the first time that any show has been distributed through LOVEFiLM before any traditional broadcast station, channel or network...
Amazon's LOVEFiLM Instant grabs exclusive access to Vikings television show in Germany and the UK

Microsoft's new Xbox Entertainment Studios diving into original content

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Nancy Tellum, president of entertainment and digital media at Microsoft. Photo via Microsoft. Microsoft has already been taking steps to turn the Xbox 360 into more than just a video game console. Now, they have an official entertainment studio that’s aiming to supercharge that effort. Speaking at the AllThingsD D:Dive Into Media...
Microsoft's new Xbox Entertainment Studios diving into original content
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