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Archive for June, 2011


HTC EVO 3D gets Netflix under the table courtesy of EVO 4G’s APK – Engadget

Holy Moly! HTC EVO 3D gets Netflix under the table courtesy of EVO 4G's APKEngadgetYet, you were dismayed to find that the device wasn't among the chosen few granted access to Netflix for Android. But don't worry, folks, apparently the Netflix APK for the EVO 4G can get you streaming cinematic masterpieces in no time. [...]

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Netflix Opens Streaming Video Distribution Deal With Open Road Films – ReelSEO Online Video News

ReelSEO Online Video News Netflix Opens Streaming Video Distribution Deal With Open Road FilmsReelSEO Online Video NewsNetflix just signed a deal with a new production company, Open Road Films. What's that you say? You've read this news already today? Ahh, but you haven't read my almost embarrassing amount of gloating about how I was right. [...]

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Theatrical Subscription Service Bows in San Francisco – Home Media Magazine

Indie Wire (blog) Theatrical Subscription Service Bows in San FranciscoHome Media MagazineBorrowing a page from Netflix and Blockbuster, MoviePass.com June 29 launched a subscription-based service that allows members to watch as many theatrical movies as they want for a $50-per-month fee. A “limited” movie plan (four-movie limit) for $30 …What I want from an all-you-can-watch [...]

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Netflix sued by deaf groups over instant streaming captions – msnbc.com

People’s World Netflix sued by deaf groups over instant streaming captionsmsnbc.comThe National Association of the Deaf has filed a lawsuit against Netflix because the group contends the online video rental site fails to provide closed captioning for most of its "Watch Instantly" streamed movies and TV programs. …Deaf activists launch social campaign against NetflixDeaf Activists [...]

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An Internet threat to cable? Not so far | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-06-30 – Philadelphia Inquirer

MyFox Houston An Internet threat to cable? Not so far | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-06-30Philadelphia InquirerWhat about those fears, so prevalent a year ago, about Hulu, Netflix, and other Internet entertainment streamers killing cable? That was the conclusion of a new JD Power and Associates study that seems to confirm what Comcast Corp. …Know Your [...]

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Netflix Offers New Feature To Help Mobile Users Consume Less Data – Hot Hardware

Hot Hardware Netflix Offers New Feature To Help Mobile Users Consume Less DataHot HardwareRecognizing that streaming video can quickly gobble up one's monthly allotment, Netflix is working to help users with a new feature that lets you change video quality. Although you might not get as good of quality video if you turn the settings [...]

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GameFly Opens Seattle Distribution Center, Alaska Rejoices – Kotaku

GameFly Opens Seattle Distribution Center, Alaska RejoicesKotakuFor too long these dark and mysterious areas of the United States have been bereft of a local GameFly distribution center, forced to suffer longer-than-normal shipping times for their game rentals. Today GameFly says no more. …

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SilverDocs 2011 GreenCine Contest – GreenCine

SilverDocs 2011 GreenCine ContestGreenCineThanks to our good friends over at SilverDocs, GreenCine is thrilled to present for the second time, a unique opportunity to win 2 Industry passes to the festival Variety calls "Non-fiction Nirvana"! Industry passes include: The festival takes place …

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INTERVIEW: Djo Tunda Wa Munga – GreenCine

GreenCine INTERVIEW: Djo Tunda Wa MungaGreenCineMunga spoke with GreenCine Daily this week while promoting the film, which opens June 10th in New York and Los Angeles. I'd heard good things about it before I saw it, but Viva Riva! really overturned my prejudices about African film being dry and …

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LAFF Tidbits – Hollywood Reporter

LAFF TidbitsHollywood ReporterGreenCine daily blogger Dave Hudson, who compulsively provides links to incredible numbers of worthy film stories every day, lives in Berlin. Which is why he covers that festival, and only one other, which happens to be SXSW, in Austin, Texas. 2. …

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