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Neither a price hike nor a border-hopping crackdown can stop Netflix.
When it comes to standing up for gay rights, corporate outrage is rather selective. Large companies that have publicly denounced new laws in several southern U.S. states as "anti-gay" are quite happy to remain silent as they carry on business in countries that criminalize gay sex.
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A study on Netflix binge-watching shows you're not alone.
Netflix is going to kill me. While visiting my favourite entertainment website, I found a site that tallies the amount of hours spent watching all my shows. Over the past year, I've watched 58 days, 14 hours, and 25 minutes. I wish I could explain myself.
Netflix CEO says protest is "inconsequential."
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Spring brought some great premieres to Netflix Canada, such as new seasons of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "Daredevil" and "House of Cards." And the momentum doesn't stop in May. One of the top picks...
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The digital revolution has brought many wonderful things. Canadians can plug into international events from the comfort of their own home or office, or from just about anywhere thanks to mobile devices. And the world, we hope, can do the same to find out about the great north -- Canada. The challenge, it seems, is in making sure there's Canadian content for the world to find and enjoy. Finding ways to balance the digital era with supporting local programming is key if Canada is going to continue to foster local democracy in communities.
When Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal launched, they were hailed as digital prophets that promised new ways to monetize the experience. Thus far, their solutions have fallen short of fireworks. Just slightly over a quarter of Spotify's 75 million active users actually pay for the service. And, as The Guardian UK reports, despite pulling in €1.08 bn in revenue, its losses were €162.3m. So why are all these promising platforms sinking?
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You can still keep your $7.99 plan, you just won't be able to watch in HD.
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Some 190,000 Canadian homes ditched cable and satellite last year.
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Netflix's U.S. catalog is actually shrinking — and quickly.
Netflix's hit list goes beyond stopping people from border-hopping.