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  • Starz puts 90-day delay on Netflix for originals

    Starz has become the latest pay TV channel to pull back from its embrace of subscription video provider Netflix Inc. and treat it more like a competitor.


  • Showtime deal with Netflix shows emerging rivalry

    Amid an emerging rivalry between traditional pay TV operators and rising star Netflix Inc., CBS Corp.'s Showtime pay TV service confirmed Wednesday that back seasons of current original series like "Dexter" and "Californication" will not be available on Netflix's streaming service as of this summer.


  • Showtime spat with Netflix displays rivalry

    Amid an emerging rivalry between traditional pay TV operators and rising star Netflix Inc., CBS Corp.'s Showtime pay TV service confirmed Wednesday that back seasons of current original series like "Dexter" and "Californication" will not be available on Netflix's streaming service as of this summer.


  • Zediva Inc. is letting customers rent a DVD and a player that are actually located in the Silicon Valley. By doing so, the California startup is making new hit movies such as "The Fighter" available for instant viewing online through a loophole. (Associated Press)

    Loophole lets new movies go online

    A California startup is making new hit movies such as "The Fighter" available for instant viewing online through a loophole: It lets customers rent a DVD and a player that are actually located in the Silicon Valley.


  • Netflix locks up rights to its first TV series

    Netflix Inc.'s Internet video streaming service will be the only place to watch an upcoming TV series with a high-powered pedigree that includes Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey and the director of an Oscar-nominated film about Facebook.


  • Netflix vying for first rights to new TV series

    Netflix Inc. is trying to buy the Internet streaming rights to a 26-episode drama starring Kevin Spacey before the series is shown on a television network.


  • Zediva taps loophole, offers new movies online

    A California startup is making new hit movies such as "The Fighter" available for instant viewing online through a loophole: It lets customers rent a DVD and a player that are actually located in the Silicon Valley.


  • Amazon offers free online movies to Prime members

    Online shoppers subscribing to Amazon.com's premium membership are getting a new entertainment feature that will allow them to watch movies over the Internet, just as they can through Netflix's rapidly growing video subscription service.


  • Comcast logos are displayed on installation trucks in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2011. Comcast Corp., a leading cable, entertainment and communications company, announced Wednesday, Feb. 16, that the company's planned annual dividend has increased 19% to $0.45 per share.  (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

    Cable companies strike back at cord-cutting idea

    Cable TV and other companies that provide subscription services are striking back at the notion that people are dropping their TV packages en masse to watch video over the Internet. Industry gains in the fourth quarter returned to normal following a spate of cancellations spurred by the end of discounted pricing.


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