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Today in Tech: Comcast unveils Netflix competitor

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Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day. * The Verge gives at a long look at Research in Motion’s rise and decline: how it was built and how former co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie lost their...
Today in Tech: Comcast unveils Netflix competitor
Oscar Night Turns Into a Winning Night for Netflix, Too

Cool Stuff: The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds

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Quentin Tarantino, Upper Playground and The Weinstein Company have teamed up to present, The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds — a benefit for Haiti this Thurday, February 18th 2010 from 6:00-9:00pm in Downtown Los Angeles. A bunch of artists have created their own posters based on Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious...
Cool Stuff: The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds

Netflix inks deal with Weinstein Co.-owned Radius-TWC, films coming to watch instantly next year

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Netflix will be expanding its streaming offerings a bit next year, thanks to a content deal struck with the Weinstein Company's Radius-TWC distribution label. The multi-year deal will be bringing films like the Sundance "sensation" The Bachelorette and the Tobey Maguire / Elizabeth Banks movie The Details to the...
Netflix inks deal with Weinstein Co.-owned Radius-TWC, films coming to watch instantly next year
HitBliss lets users 'pay' for streaming movies and TV shows by watching ads

Where are this year’s Oscar nominees online? Not on Netflix

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No matter how much the Hollywood ecosystem might change, there’ll always be the Academy Awards. Oscar tends to favor movies released in the last few months of the year, so even while release windows are getting narrower these days, many of the top contenders for Best Picture and other awards...
Where are this year’s Oscar nominees online? Not on Netflix

Netflix Gets Streaming Rights To Oscar Favorite, Other Weinstein Titles

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With its content deal with premium cable channel Starz set to expire next week, Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) is moving quickly to fill the void of prestige titles on its streaming catalog. The company has reached an agreement with The Weinstein Company to stream foreign language, documentary and other select...
Netflix Gets Streaming Rights To Oscar Favorite, Other Weinstein Titles

Netflix to get Weinstein Company movies before cable

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Netflix scored an important multi-year deal with The Weinstein Company that could change the priorities of movie viewing. The deal gives streaming access to a range of movies and documentaries that will preempt conventional pay TV launches. Current Oscars frontrunner The Artist will be the only pay TV option, Netflix...
Netflix to get Weinstein Company movies before cable

MPAA Stops Picking On 'Bully', Actually Gets Some Good Press For Once

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When the producers of the documentary Bully decided to protest the MPAA rating system, and then AMC supported them by announcing they would screen the unrated film, I wrote about how it represented a serious erosion of the MPAA's artificial grip on film ratings. Since then, the MPAA has softened...
MPAA Stops Picking On 'Bully', Actually Gets Some Good Press For Once

Netflix And The Weinstein Company Enter Into Their First Multi-Year Streaming Deal

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Netflix streaming just got a bit more classy. The Weinstein Company is releasing “a diverse slate” of its titles exclusively to Netflix streaming. These titles will hit the service within a year of their theatrical release and will include foreign language films, documentaries and other hits from TWC. This is...
Netflix And The Weinstein Company Enter Into Their First Multi-Year Streaming Deal
Netflix’s licensing deal with The Weinstein Company should make HBO flinch
“Piranha” sequel is first 3D film to get early VOD release
Paramount to rent movies through YouTube and Google Play
Netflix signs deal with The Weinstein Company, gets 'The Artist' exclusive

Netflix signs multi-year deal to bring indie films from newly launched RADiUS-TWC to US customers

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Netflix is continuing to push ahead with movie licensing deals in the US, today announcing it has partnered with newly launched multi-platform distribution label RADiUS-TWC, a company backed by The Weinstein Company that will bring a number of brand new films to US customers in early 2013. As part of...
Netflix signs multi-year deal to bring indie films from newly launched RADiUS-TWC to US customers
Thor hits Netflix as content drought eases

Netflix locks up Academy Award nominated exclusives from The Weinstein Company

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If you're looking for more content to watch on Netflix's Watch Instantly streaming service -- especially since all those Starz movies are exiting stage left at month's end -- we have good news, as it just announced a multi-year exclusive deal with The Weinstein Company. The agreement covers foreign language,...
Netflix locks up Academy Award nominated exclusives from The Weinstein Company

Netflix And The Weinstein Company Enter Into Their First Multi-Year Streaming Deal

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Netflix And The Weinstein Company Enter Into Their First Multi-Year Streaming Deal: Huge win for Netflix. The Weinstein Company is one of the few production houses where quality absolutely trumps quantity. If I wasn’t already a member, I’d consider signing up for Netflix just for this alone....
Netflix And The Weinstein Company Enter Into Their First Multi-Year Streaming Deal

The Proof That Movies Won't Get Made Any More Is That... More Movies Are Being Made Today

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The Hollywood Reporter recently had an article which is pretty much all doom and gloom about the movie industry, based on a conference at USC about the "Entertainment Law and Business." Seeing as it's an LA event, it's not surprising that much of the story took the typical Hollywood line...
The Proof That Movies Won't Get Made Any More Is That... More Movies Are Being Made Today
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