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To successfully download a torrent file, a user must connect with others users known as seeds and leechers and pay attention to their upload ratio, all while hoping that they have not downloaded a corrupt file or been tracked by copyright enforcers.
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Despite recent efforts to boost their video and broadband offerings, North American pay-TV providers are far from out of the woods just yet.
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Netflix recently derailed its plans to expand into Australia, which disappointed many Australians who have been waiting a very long time for the entertainment giants to hit Aussie shores! "I don't like downloading, it doesn't feel right" said a frustrated Aussie "I'd rather pay the $9 a month for unlimited Netflix and watch everything at a touch of ... (more)
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Comcast Cable TV customers no longer need a Netflix subscription to access the " House of Cards " series.
Everything may seem happy and shiny as you flit about the Internet, surfing from Facebook to Netflix, and popping in every now and then to check your email.
Ever since Netflix and Comcast announced their joint interconnection deal a few weeks ago, there has been no shortage of analysis on what it all means for the future of the Internet.
Currently, the company appears to be following the axiom that has brought down countless retail stores: the service is essentially selling $20 bills for $19 and attempting to make up the difference on volume.
Have you been eager to watch House of Cards , but haven't wanted to spring for a Netflix subscription? If you're a Comcast subscriber, you no longer have to.
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As executives at movie and TV streaming service Netflix reflect on the blockbusting success of Season 2 of House of Cards, they could be forgiven for concluding the war for the future of television is won.
Producer Harvey Weinstein told LA Film Czar Kenneth Ziffren today that he needs to do whatever it takes to increase California's $100 million Film and TV Tax Credit Program, in order to keep production here in the state of California.
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The Galactic Republic, Disney/ABC Television Group, Lucasfilm and Netflix Inc. previously announced the highly anticipated debut of the sixth and final season of the Emmy Award-winning series Star Wars: The Clone Wars exclusively to Netflix members in the U.S. and Canada today, March 7. Accompanying the 13-episode new season dubbed "The Lost ... (more)
Alex Fragen, Summit Entertainment's former president of TV distribution who oversaw the company's free and pay TV and VOD and PPV, has joined United Talent Agency as a strategist to help both agents and clients maximize various delivery platforms.