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Monday, January 30, 2017
Netflix Expects Streaming Margins to Overtake Disc in Q1

Netflix Jan. 29 said it expects margins from its subscription video-on-demand service to overtake disc rentals in the first quarter, which ends March 31.

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(L-R): Kevin Smith and Peter Weller at the Jan. 28 Batman premiere. ‘Dark Knight’ Strikes Again

Filmmaker Kevin Smith was so stressed over how 'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns' would turn out, he was ready to hunt down the creators if they messed it up.

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Amazon CFO: Prime Instant Video Usage Up ‘Dramatically’

Amazon Jan. 29 said consumers streamed TV shows and select movies in greater numbers in the fourth quarter as members of the Prime loyalty program.

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Philips Exiting Home Entertainment Business

Royal Philips Electronics is exiting the home entertainment business, selling off its audio, video and multimedia businesses to Japan’s Funai Electric for €150 million ($202 million).

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Netflix Raises Debt Ceiling

Netflix Jan. 29 said it would offer $500 million in new senior notes to institutional buyers — using approximately $225 million of the net proceeds to redeem its outstanding 8.50% senior notes due 2017, among other purposes.

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Best Buy's 'The Dark Knight Returns' with Joker figure. Retailers Love Superheroes

Merchandising: The multimedia appeal of superheroes makes it easy for retailers to build promotions out of whatever comic book-related DVDs and Blu-rays hit the market. The latest, Warner’s animated 'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns — Part 2,' is no exception.

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