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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
NBC Universal CEO Steve Burke NBC Universal CEO: OTT Is Not a ‘Real Business’

It may appear to be a Netflix world, with its 37 million subscribers globally and stock price through the roof. But to Steve Burke, CEO of NBC Universal, the business of over-the-top video distribution is apparently a non-starter.

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(L-R): 'Star Trek Into Darkness' star Simon Pegg and director J.J. Abrams Paramount Endeavours for Big 'Star Trek' Release

In 2009 for the home entertainment release of 'Star Trek,' Paramount Home Media Distribution took over the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. That’s a hard-to-top promotional feat, and yet the studio managed for the release of the sequel, 'Star Trek Into Darkness.'

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CEO: SVOD, Disc Bringing New Viewers to AMC Networks Shows

Bowing past seasons of popular series such as “The Walking Dead,” “Breaking Bad,” “Hell on Wheels” and “Mad Men,” on Netflix a few weeks before their next-season broadcast premieres is a marketing strategy AMC Networks won’t abandon anytime soon, CEO Josh Sapan told an investor group.

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Time Warner Cable COO Rob Marcus COO: Time Warner Cable Not Becoming a Streaming Service

Time Warner Cable has no interest in rolling out a stand-alone subscription streaming service similar to Netflix, COO Rob Marcus told an investor group.

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Netflix Sees ‘Blu’ in Holland Launch

Netflix Sept. 11 formally bowed subscription streaming service in Holland — nearly three months after the Los Gatos, Calif.-based rental icon first announced the move.

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'Now You See Me' Is Magical on Charts

Lionsgate scored a rare triple crown on the national home video charts the week ended Sept. 8 with inventive crime thriller 'Now You See Me.'

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