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  • 09/14/2017 12:16:36

    MoviePass subscriptions skyrocket

    The firm, led by a Netflix co-founder, wants to change how people pay for cinema visits.

  • 09/13/2017 17:19:04

    Episode 647: Hard Work Is Irrelevant

    Patty McCord helped create a workplace at Netflix that runs more like a professional sports team than a family. If you're not up to scratch, you're off the team. Is this the future of work?

  • 09/06/2017 14:03:40

    T-Mobile is giving free Netflix to these customers

    If you're a T-Mobile customer, you may want to take advantage of their latest offer starting Sept. 12.        

  • 09/06/2017 13:08:45

    UPDATE 3-T-Mobile US to offer free Netflix with family plan

    Sept 6 (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it will offer a free subscription to video streaming service Netflix Inc with its unlimited data family plans in a push to lure more subscribers.

  • 09/06/2017 10:36:45

    UPDATE 2-T-Mobile US to offer free Netflix with family plan

    Sept 6 (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it will offer a free subscription to video streaming service Netflix Inc with its unlimited data family plans in a push to lure more subscribers in a highly competitive U.S. wireless market.

  • 09/06/2017 09:49:55

    UPDATE 1-T-Mobile to offer free Netflix to some family plan customers

    Sept 6 (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it will offer a free subscription to video streaming service Netflix Inc with its unlimited data family plans in a push to lure more subscribers in a highly competitive U.S. wireless market.

  • 09/01/2017 10:08:58

    'La La Land''s Chazelle partners with Netflix for Paris TV musical

    Damien Chazelle, the Oscar-winning director of hit movie "La La Land," has another musical in the works, this time a multilingual television series set in Paris. Streaming company Netflix (NFLX) said on Friday it was teaming up with Chazelle on "The Eddy," an eight-part series that will be shot in France with dialogue in French, English and Arabic.

  • 08/30/2017 14:48:36

    Why Did Netflix (NFLX) Stock Gain Today?

    Shares of Netflix NFLX were up more than 3 3 in afternoon trading Wednesday after a key analyst downplayed the significance of Disney s DIS decision to pull its content from the video streaming platform In a recent note to clients Bernstein s Todd Juenger argued that the key to Netflix

  • 08/27/2017 21:22:50

    CBS Corp Agrees to Buy Australia's Ten Network

    Ten has been struggling in recent years to make up ground against streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime.

  • 08/16/2017 12:52:02

    ABC signs former 'Lost' showrunner Carlton Cuse to multi-year deal to create new shows

    Walt Disney Co. TV network ABC said on Wednesday it's signed a multi-year deal with former "Lost" co-showrunner Carlton Cuse to create and produce new shows across all network, cable and streaming platforms. The news comes days after "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes was poached by Netflix Inc. from ABC, which was expected to be a blow to the network. "Forming a partnership with a writer/producer/director as talented and prolific as Carlton Cuse is a major victory for ABC Studios," president of ABC Studios Patrick Moran said in a statement. The Hollywood Reported wrote that the deal is said to be a worth more than $20 million, plus a percentage of the back-end on programming created under the partnership. Cuse spent six years at ABC with "Lost" and has since created shows such as "Bates Motel" and "The Strain." His current show "The Colony" was recently renewed for a second season on USA, and he also wrote the screenplay for "San Andreas," starring Dwayne Johnson. This new partnership comes as Disney gears up to launch its own stand alone streaming service to house its content by 2019. "I am very excited to be working alongside wonderful and iconic Disney brands like Marvel, Pixar and Lucasfilm to create and bring entertaining and compelling stories to the screen." Cuse said in a statement. "The very best part of my job is working with other writers to come up with cool ideas, solve story problems and get stories made." Shares of Disney are down 2% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 index is up more than 10%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/15/2017 11:46:51

    Netflix renews financial drama series 'Ozark' for second season

    Netflix Inc. said on Tuesday that it's renewed its TV series "Ozark" for a second season, with 10 new episodes. The series, written and created by "The Accountant" writer Bill Dubuque, stars Jason Bateman as a financial planner laundering money for a Mexican cartel. When the cartel learns that Marty Byrd's (Bateman) operation has been skimming money off the top, he's forced to move the business and his family to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Netflix's news release says that rather than skyscrapers and trading floors, "Ozark" explores capitalism, family dynamics and survival through the eyes of ordinary Americans. Netflix doesn't give insight into how shows on the platform are performing, but "Ozark" had generated a good deal of positive buzz. Netflix has recently committed to cutting shows it deems not worth the cost of producing, so renewing "Ozark" is a sign of the show's popularity. Bateman directs "Ozark" and his production company Aggregate Films produces the show along with Media Rights Capital, which is also responsible for Netflix's hit drama "House of Cards." Shares of Netflix have gained more than 36% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 index is up more than 10%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/14/2017 09:21:13

    Netflix Signs Shonda Rhimes in Counterpunch to ABC and Disney

    “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and other current shows will stay at ABC, but Ms. Rhimes has an exclusive overall deal to create new projects for the streaming giant.

  • 08/14/2017 08:12:13

    Hulu chooses Amazon Web Services as cloud provider for platform

    Media streaming service Hulu Inc. chose Amazon Web Services as its cloud provider and used it to support the launch of its live TV service, Amazon said Monday. Hulu launched its live TV service in May 2017 and said it teamed up with the AWS cloud platform to support the addition of more than 50 live channels. Using AWS helped the company avoid breaks in service, even with "rapid spikes in viewership and traffic," according to the press release. Other media services on AWS include Amazon Video, Netflix Inc. , BBC and Spotify. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/14/2017 07:20:52

    Netflix Tries to Even the Score With Disney


  • 08/10/2017 09:15:59

    Cinema stocks continue to suffer as AMC shares fall nearly 5%

    Shares of cinema chain AMC Entertainment Holding Inc. were down as much as 4.8% during intraday trade on Thursday. The stock's move led a selloff in the cinema group, with Regal Entertainment Group , Cinemark Holdings Inc. , Marcus Corp. and Imax Corp. were all down nearly 2%. There was no news to point to for the share moves, but cinema stocks, and AMC in particular, have had a rough go of it recently as poor box office returns have dominated headlines, dragging down quarterly earnings and threats of shrinking theatrical windows and digital disruption continue to loom. Earlier this week, Walt Disney Co. , which has for a long time steered clear of certain streaming shifts, said it plans to launch its own standalone streaming service for its content in 2019 and end its current licensing deal with Netflix Inc. . "The industry is facing several issues, which is causing people to question the cyclical vs. structural issues for the industry," wrote MKM analyst Eric Handler in an email. Also this week AMC said it was selling its 50% ownership stake in Oscar-winning production studio Open Road Films, which it co-owned with Regal Entertainment. The sale was part of the theater chain's plan to monetize some of its assets and cut cost to combat box office volatility. Shares of AMC have declined more than 56% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 index is up nearly 10%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/09/2017 14:40:40

    Disney, Netflix and Fossil tumble while Green Dot rises

    Walt Disney, Netflix and Fossil Group skid while Green Dot and Charles Schwab climb

  • 08/09/2017 14:39:29

    Disney, Netflix and Fossil tumble while Green Dot rises

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: Walt Disney Co., down $4.15 to $102.83

  • 08/09/2017 14:31:09

    Disney Plans To End Netflix Contracts And Launch Its Own Streaming Services

    Disney says that when current contracts expire it will no longer offer new movies and TV shows to Netflix. It's also launching two new streaming services — one for movies and TV and the other an ESPN sports stream. Content creators such as Disney are increasingly questioning their relationships with streaming services like Netflix, as cord cutters erode profits for cable channels.

  • 08/09/2017 12:21:14

    Breakingviews: How Netflix Can Thrive After a Disney Divorce

    Like HBO in the 1980s, Netflix has enough subscribers and original programming to find off challenges from rival options.

  • 08/09/2017 09:08:15

    Disney, Goldman stocks exact steeper toll than North Korea on Dow

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average is being weighed down by a steep drop in shares of Walt Disney Co., and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., in early trade Wednesday. Disney's shares were contributing to a 35-point slump in the price-weighted blue-chip equity gauge, representing the lion's share, or more than half, of the benchmark's early morning retreat. Goldman's stock , meanwhile, was sapping about 12 points from the Dow. All totaled, the pair exacted a nearly 50-point toll on the blue-chip average. Wall Street also is reacting to a flare-up in military tensions after North Korea threatened to launch a missile strike aimed at U.S. territory Guam, underlining deteriorating relations between Washington and Pyongyang. Still, the majority of the slide in the Dow appeared to be largely pegged to Disney's late-Tuesday announcement, along with quarterly earnings, that it would launch an ESPN streaming service in 2018 and a direct-to-consumers offering in 2019, as it ends its distribution deal with Netflix Inc. . Overall, the Dow was off 50 points, or 0.2%, at 22,035, while the S&P 500 index was trading 0.2% lower at 2,469, and the Nasdaq Composite Index was 0.5% lower at 6,340. Mounting political tensions have cast a downbeat shadow over markets but the decline so far appears to be relatively muted. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/08/2017 18:04:38

    How Disney Wants to Take On Netflix With Its Own Streaming Services

    By accelerating its plans for direct-to-consumer streaming services, Disney hopes to address Wall Street concerns about growth.

  • 08/08/2017 17:10:52

    Disney to pull movies from Netflix, plans own streaming service

    (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co will stop providing new movies to Netflix Inc starting in 2019 and launch its own streaming service as the world's biggest entertainment company tries to capture digital viewers who are dumping traditional television.

  • 08/08/2017 16:44:49

    Disney to pull their movies from Netflix, launch streaming service

    Disney is announcing plans to launch its own direct-to-consumer entertainment streaming service — and removing its films from would-be rival Netflix — in its third quarter earnings release.        

  • 08/08/2017 15:53:48

    Disney plans stand-alone streaming service, pulling films from Netflix in 2019

    Walt Disney Co. plans to launch its own service to compete with Netflix in 2019, the company said Tuesday.        

  • 08/08/2017 15:06:30

    Disney to pull new movies from Netflix, plans own streaming service

    (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co will stop providing new movies to Netflix Inc starting in 2019 and launch its own streaming service, the company said on Tuesday, as it tries to capture digital audiences who are ditching traditional television.

  • 08/08/2017 14:21:01

    Disney details launch of ESPN and Disney streaming services, plans end of Netflix deal

    The Walt Disney Co. announced along with quarterly earnings Tuesday that it will launch an ESPN streaming service in 2018 and a Disney direct-to-consumers offering in 2019, and end its distribution deal with Netflix Inc. after 2018. ESPN said it would buy another 42% of the BAMTech streaming platform for $1.58 billion, after buying a third of the company for $1 billion last year. "This acquisition and the launch of our direct-to-consumer services mark an entirely new growth strategy for the company, one that takes advantage of the incredible opportunity that changing technology provides us to leverage the strength of our great brands," Chief Executive Robert Iger said in Disney's earnings announcement. Disney announced net income of $2.37 billion, or $1.51 a share, on revenue of $14.24 billion. After adjustments, Disney claimed profit of $1.58 a share. Analysts on average expected adjusted earnings of $1.55 a share on revenue of $14.46 billion, according to FactSet. Disney shares fell about 3% in immediate after-hours action following the announcements, and Netflix stock also fell abotu 3%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/08/2017 10:08:35

    David Letterman returns to television with 2018 Netflix series

    More than two years after signing off from CBS' "The Late Show," David Letterman is returning to television with a six-episode talk show on Netflix Inc (NFLX), the streaming platform said Tuesday. Letterman, 70, will host the yet-to-be-titled series, which will feature interviews with "extraordinary people" and segments from the field "expressing his curiosity and humor," Netflix (NFLX) said in a statement.

  • 08/07/2017 13:21:29

    Netflix buys comics publisher Millarworld to feed films and TV

    (Reuters) - Netflix Inc on Monday said it has bought comics publisher Millarworld, bringing on board renowned comic book writer Mark Millar and a host of character francises it can mine for TV shows and movies.

  • 08/07/2017 13:12:11

    DirecTV Now adds networks and sports programming from CBS

    AT&T Inc. said on Monday it's inked a deal with media and entertainment company CBS Corp. to carry the network's programming on its stand alone live streaming TV platform DirecTV Now. The deal includes CBS's main broadcast network, The CW, Pop, CBS's Sports Network and its premium cable network Showtime is available as an add-on. DirecTV Now will gain access to The Grammy's, as well as CBS's NFL, March Madness and SEC programming. Live events and sports have been a linchpin for cable TV as viewers cut the cord in favor of cheaper and often more convenient streaming platforms and skinny bundles like DirecTV, Hulu's live TV service, Google Inc.'s YouTube TV and Netflix Inc. . Shares of AT&T are down more than 9% in the year to date, while CBS shares are up less than 1% and the S&P 500 index is up nearly 11%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/07/2017 12:18:23

    Netflix buys comic book publisher run by 'modern-day Stan Lee'

    (Reuters) - U.S. video streaming company Netflix Inc said on Monday it bought comic book publisher Millarworld, home to titles such as "Kick-Ass" and "Kingsman," in its first ever acquisition.

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