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Headline News Netflix Posts $5 Million Quarterly Loss

Netflix fell to a loss in its first quarter even while adding three million streaming members to its ranks, bringing its total to 26 million worldwide.

Headline News Hasbro Signs Multi-Year Deal with Netflix

Hasbro Studios announced a multi-year deal with Netflix, which brings 10 highly popular franchises, including new and catalog seasons of famed Hasbro content, available to instantly watch on Netflix.

Headline News DHX Media Signs Netflix Deal

Netflix has acquired three DHX Media-produced preschool series: “Franny’s Feet,” “Bo On The Go!” and “Mighty Jungle” for its expanding kids’ entertainment offering.

Headline News Netflix to premiere all eight episodes of Lilyhammer simultaneously

As Netflix debuts its first original series, Lilyhammer, on February 6, the video subscription service has announced that it will make every episode available to viewers all at once.

Headline News Netflix To Stream CW Series

CBS Corporation and Warner Bros. Television Group announced today a licensing agreement with Netflix [Nasdaq: NFLX] allowing U.S. members of Netflix to instantly watch previous seasons of scripted series that air on The CW from its current schedule through the 2014-15 season.

Headline News Walking Dead To Stream Exclusively on Netflix

Netflix Inc. and AMC Networks Inc. have reached a multi-year licensing agreement that will make prior seasons of AMC's critically-acclaimed original series, "The Walking Dead," available exclusively to Netflix members in the U.S. and Canada.

Headline News DreamWorks Animation Films to Stream on Netflix

Netflix, Inc. and DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. today announced a new multi-year licensing agreement that will make Netflix the exclusive subscription television service for first-run feature films and select television specials from DreamWorks Animation, the award-winning creators of such beloved franchises as "Shrek," "Madagascar," "Kung Fu Panda" and "How to Train Your Dragon."

Headline News Netflix Launches Just for Kids Streaming Service

Netflix has made it easier and more fun for kids and families to instantly watch a huge range of kid-friendly TV shows and movies with its new "Just for Kids" experience.

Headline News EPIX and Netflix Announce Exclusive Internet-Only Deal

EPIX and Netflix, Inc. [Nasdaq: NFLX] today announced an agreement through which Netflix members can instantly watch an array of new releases and library titles from EPIX streamed over the Internet from Netflix.

Headline News Netflix To Stream Relativity Media Movies

Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) and Relativity Media, LLC today announced a long term agreement through which major theatrically released films owned by Relativity will be licensed directly and exclusively to Netflix for streaming to its subscribers during the "pay TV window."

Headline News Netflix and Warner Bros. Reach Agreement on Release Schedule

By Matt Kapko | Thursday, January 7, 2010 at 10:32am

Access to new DVD and Blu-ray releases from Warner Bros. will not be available for rental until 28 days after their release, according to an accord the studio reached with Netflix, VARIETY reports.

Headline News Netflix to Stream Content to PlayStation 3

By Matt Kapko | Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 11:19am

After tying up a deal with Microsoft's XBox 360 more than a year ago, Netflix has brokered a second major distribution deal with a major videogame console: Sony's PlayStation 3, VARIETY reports.

Headline News South Park and Trove of Nickelodeon Shows to Stream on Netflix

All previous seasons of Comedy Central's animated series SOUTH PARK along with Nickelodeon shows like DORA THE EXPLORER and SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS have joined the thousands of movies and TV episodes that Netflix subscribers can watch instantly on their computers and TVs.

The first nine seasons of SOUTH PARK -- 139 episodes in all -- are now available to be instantly streamed from Netflix.

Headline News First Blu-ray Player That Can Stream Movies From Netflix To The TV

LG Electronics and Netflix announced plans for the first Blu-ray disc player that will have the added benefit of being able to instantly stream a growing library of movies and TV episodes from Netflix directly to the TV.

Available this fall, the LG BD300 Network Blu-ray Disc Player will play high definition Blu-ray discs, up-convert standard DVDs to 1080p and allow Netflix subscribers to instantly stream more than 12,000 choices of movies and TV episodes from Netflix to the TV for no additional charge.

Headline News Netflix Direct To TV, Coming Soon

Netflix, preparing for the eventual end of its DVD-by-mail rental service, introduced today the Netflix Player by Roku, a device that enables Netflix subscribers to instantly stream a growing library of movies and TV episodes from Netflix directly to the TV.

Priced at $99.99, the 5-inch by 5-inch player is available for purchase starting today at www.roku.com/netflixplayer. The player is simple to install, easy to use and gives Netflix members instant access to more than 10,000 movies and TV episodes.

Headline News Netflix, LG Team To Bring Web Content Directly to HDTVs

Netflix Inc. and LG Electronics today announced they are joining forces to develop a set-top box for consumers to stream movies and other programming from the Internet to HDTVs -- bypassing the need to use a personal computer.

The collaboration is expected to deliver a new online home entertainment service via technology embedded in an LG networked player planned for the second half of 2008.

Headline News Heroes Headed to Netflix

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, November 29, 2007 at 12:00am

Netflix Inc. and NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution announced an agreement through which current episodes of the network's top-rated prime-time series HEROES can be watched online by Netflix subscribers the day after their network airings.

The deal follows NBC Universal's announcement that G4 and Mojo will be the off-network cable homes for HEROES and makes Netflix the exclusive SVOD outlet for the series and the third arm of the studio's syndication deal.

Headline News Netflix Offers Download Service to Subscribers

Netflix Inc. introduced a new feature that allows people to immediately watch movies and television series on their personal computers and said it will make the new feature available to its subscribers in a phased roll-out over the next six months.

Headline News Netflix Plans To Enter Digital Download Biz

Speaking at an Independent Film & Television Alliance production conference in Beverly Hills, Netflix vp of original programming Eric Besner said on Friday his company plans to launch a proprietary set-top box with an Internet connection that can download movies overnight.

Besner said the business model is still being worked out, but the download service would work much like the monthly subscription fee for its conventional DVD rentals. Service could launch as early as this year.

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