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LG accelerates past 5m LTE device sales after selling 1m in July alone

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Korea is rapidly becoming one of the world’s most advanced markets for nascent 4G mobile technology LTE, and further proof of that comes via LG, after the Korean handset maker revealed that sales of its LTE devices have now passed 5 million globally. We’re seeing LTE networks and new device...
LG accelerates past 5m LTE device sales after selling 1m in July alone

Chinese growth and Chinese competition to drive AAPL to $888, analyst says

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale China’s fast growth in fast mobile subscriptions — and increasing mobile competition among the giant Chinese mobile carriers — will be key factors in driving Apple’s moldering stock price to unseen heights of over $800, one analyst says...
Chinese growth and Chinese competition to drive AAPL to $888, analyst says
Netflix reaches 30M streaming subscribers

Sirius Profit Rises on Subscriber Growth

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Sirius XM Radio Inc.’s fourth-quarter earnings more than doubled as the satellite-radio operator benefited from continued subscriber growth and lower churn, or subscriber turnover. For the quarter ended Dec. 31, Sirius XM reported a profit of $156.2 million, or two cents a share, up from $71.3 million, or one cent...
Sirius Profit Rises on Subscriber Growth

BSkyB overtakes TalkTalk to become UK's third biggest broadband provider

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Rupert Murdoch group celebrates online success, but pre-tax profits dip as TV subscriber growth slowsBSkyB has moved past TalkTalk to become the third largest broadband provider in the UK in the three months to the end of September, as growth in TV subscriber numbers slowed.BSkyB, which reported a 6% fall...
BSkyB overtakes TalkTalk to become UK's third biggest broadband provider

The Good And Bad News From The Latest Pay TV Subscriber Figures

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The good news for the traditional subscription TV industry: subscriber counts across the cable/satellite/telco television services industry grew by 380,000 in 2011. The bad news? Growth of satellite and telco subscriptions, which had been driving the entire so-called multi-channel programming distributor sector (MVPD), slowed down last year. For a...
The Good And Bad News From The Latest Pay TV Subscriber Figures
CHART OF THE DAY: Pay TV May Not Be Dead, But It's Dead In The Water
Apple's iPhone 5 Availability Expands: What It Means To Regional Carriers

As Sky Growth Slows, Can Internet Defend It From Downturn And New Rivals?

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BSkyB’s financials are still improving, but the company is now flaunting a range of new internet upgrades to try containing subscriber growth slow-down and potential threats from newcomers. TV subscriber additions fell to 40,000 in Q2, from 140,000 the previous year. CEO Jeremy Darroch conceded to City analysts: “Some...
As Sky Growth Slows, Can Internet Defend It From Downturn And New Rivals?

Pandora versus Pink Floyd

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Despite assaults from the music industry and some artists, and despite formidable business challenges, the music streamer's stock is on a tear thanks to subscriber growth. FORTUNE -- We must presume that the former members of Pink Floyd didn't actually sit in a room together to compose and sign a...
Pandora versus Pink Floyd

T-Mobile USA moves half million iPhone 5′s in first month, spurs first subscriber growth since 2009

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9MHbElOIF6A T-Mobile just released its first earnings report since it started officially carrying the iPhone on April 12th and ‘coincidentally’ the first where it has picked up customers in 17 quarters. The carrier had accumulated 2.1M iPhone users without even carrying the iPhone up until it launched in April, which...
T-Mobile USA moves half million iPhone 5′s in first month, spurs first subscriber growth since 2009
Hulu sees record growth with 4M paid subscribers

Sprint CEO takes pay cut as investors voice concern about cost of iPhone deal

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Sprint Nextel's $15.5 billion gamble on Apple's iPhone will apparently lighten CEO Dan Hesse's proverbial wallet by $3.25 million this year. That's how much compensation Hesse agreed to give back to help placate investors unhappy about the high cost of the company's iPhone deal. Securing the iPhone has already...
Sprint CEO takes pay cut as investors voice concern about cost of iPhone deal

What's dragging Netflix U.S. subscriber growth?

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The company saw a drop in domesticate subscribers. Is Netflix still suffering from last summer's price-hike debacle or is the lack of newer movies sending consumers to competitors? [Read more]...
What's dragging Netflix U.S. subscriber growth?

BlackBerry Continues Withering on The Vine

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Blackberrys (M. Rehemtulla via Wikipedia) BlackBerry makers Research In Motion (RIM) have faced a host of troubles recently, including a widespread European service outage, and now comes perhaps the worst news of all: people just aren’t buying BlackBerrys anymore. Toronto’s Globe and Mail reports on the Canadian smartphone maker’s diminishing market share:...
BlackBerry Continues Withering on The Vine
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The Cable Sports Bidding War Will Justify The Dodgers $2.15B Sale Price

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How does a faded Major League Baseball franchise—one that hasn’t won a championship in 24 years and has fallen into disrepair under consecutive floundering ownership regimes—get moved for the largest team sale price in pro-sports history? It all has to do with the licensing power of regional sports cable...
The Cable Sports Bidding War Will Justify The Dodgers $2.15B Sale Price

Duh: Analyst Says TV Programming Price Increases Are Unsustainable And "A Train Wreck In The Making"

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Your monthly cable or satellite bill just keeps going up — that’s the reality we all face. And while consumers are getting squeezed by price increases, they’re not alone: Bernstein Research analyst Craig Moffett sees a reckoning coming, as increases in the cost of programming are also outpacing cable or...
Duh: Analyst Says TV Programming Price Increases Are Unsustainable And "A Train Wreck In The Making"

RIM deathwatch: BlackBerry subscriptions in "downward spiral"

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Research In Motion, long the dominant provider of smart phones to business—and until two years ago, the overall market leader—has been hammered by market missteps, delays in new versions of its BlackBerry phone line, and the ascent of Google's Android and Apple's iPhone. Now, according to a report from the...
RIM deathwatch: BlackBerry subscriptions in "downward spiral"

Brad Garlinghouse Becomes CEO Of Booming File Sharing Site YouSendIt

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Box has been grabbing headlines lately because it has been nailing a big market: enterprise customers who need to easily share and store big collections of documents online. But a quiet Silicon Valley rival has also been winning a bunch of this turf — YouSendIt. Today, the company is backing...
Brad Garlinghouse Becomes CEO Of Booming File Sharing Site YouSendIt

Netflix spikes 25% in after-hours trading after adding 2M new subscribers

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Investors seemed happy with news that Netflix added 2 million additional subscribers in the U.S. for Q4 2012, pushing the company’s stock up a whopping 25 percent to $129.22 in after hours trading. Subscriber growth is one of the big things investors are looking to judge how much of...
Netflix spikes 25% in after-hours trading after adding 2M new subscribers
Verizon sees $1.93B Q4 loss amid record high subscriber growth
Despite Slower-Than-Expected Subscriber Growth, Netflix Pushes Forward With International Plans
Pay-TV subscriber growth to slow in 2013

Trulia Beats Analysts With Record Q4 Revenue, But Posts Bigger-Than-Expected Loss

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In its second earnings report as a public company, online real estate site Trulia saw both higher revenue and a bigger loss than analyst estimates, reporting revenue of $20.6 million and a net loss of $1.59 million for the quarter ending on December 30. That’s a (non-GAAP) loss of 3...
Trulia Beats Analysts With Record Q4 Revenue, But Posts Bigger-Than-Expected Loss
Comcast to Netflix: We don’t need no stinkin’ partnership
Senate amendment could finally bring Netflix into Facebook Timeline

Clearwire subscriber growth flat at 11 million, but stock rises as outlook improves for 2012

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Clearwire’s revenues fell to $316.9 million during the second quarter in part because of a slowdown in wholesale revenues. And the Bellevue wireless broadband provider’s subscriber count was essentially flat at 11 million when compared to the first quarter. But Clearwire, whose stock gained 12 percent in earlier trading Thursday...
Clearwire subscriber growth flat at 11 million, but stock rises as outlook improves for 2012
Pandora's 40-hour listening cap translates to a record 700K new paid subscribers

Three questions for the New York Times Co

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The New York Times Company’s   latest earnings, announced today, told a familiar story of long-term print decline, unstable advertising and a nucleus of hope based on digital subscriber growth. On a call with investors, executives repeated their mantra that it’s “early innings” and reminded listeners that digital strategy is...
Three questions for the New York Times Co
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