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Facebook in talks with Hollywood studios to produce original TV-quality shows

Social media giant Facebook is the latest tech company planning to branch into television with high budget scripted shows in the pipeline

Netflix subscriptions soar as viewers move to internet TV

Netflix gained seven million subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2016, riding on a wave of the ‘big adoption’ of internet TV

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Stream if you want to go faster: how Netflix and friends killed off the TV

When Amazon bought Twitch.tv for $970m last year, it crystallised the fact traditional TV was dead. A new generation has begun consuming content in a very different way

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Netflix’s membership and share-price peak

Online TV streaming service Netflix has reached 60 million members, resulting in a rally on the price of its shares

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Television enters the digital age

TV ratings service Nielsen is finally set to offer an online measurement service, just as networks get to grips with the internet’s potential

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Could Europe be to blame for Netflix’s low subscription rate?

The TV streaming company is evolving to reach a greater proportion of the available market, leading to a slower growth rate

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French rules provide obstacle for Netflix as it takes on Europe

Netflix is looking to expand its already impressive European user base, although early indications suggest there might be some hostility to contend with

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Netflix price rise essential despite healthy first quarter profits

Video streaming service Netflix posts better results than expected but nevertheless outlines a price hike for later this year

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How Netflix et al are killing off television as we know it

Television is dead and the laptop’s the box they’re going to bury it in. Business models are shifting and new players are coming through as TV goes digital

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Icahn makes $800m profit from Netflix share sale

Billionaire financier Carl Icahn retains 4.5 percent stake in video streaming company Netflix after selling three million shares in October

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Streamers kidnap TV’s viewing audience

The future of television is being shaken up by a digital revolution and a growing number of exciting web-based companies

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