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Video: High Court Hears Streaming TV Case
Video: High Court Hears Streaming TV Case
Supreme Court justices are weighing whether they can side with broadcasters in a copyright challenge to an Internet startup company without threatening the burgeoning world of cloud computing. The high court heard arguments Tuesday in the dispute between television broadcasters and Chet Kanojia's Aereo Incorporated, which takes free television signals from the airwaves and allows subscribers to watch the programs on laptop computers, smart phones and other portable devices. Read More

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Video: Streaming TV Case Before Supreme Court On Tuesday
Video: Streaming TV Case Before Supreme Court On Tuesday
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up a dispute between broadcasters and an Internet startup company that has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry. The company is Chet Kanojia's Aereo Incorporated, and the justices are hearing arguments Tuesday over its service that gives subscribers in 11 U.S. cities access to television programs on their laptop computers, smartphones and other portable devices. Read More
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Netflix Plans Price Raise As Streaming Subscribers Grow
Netflix Plans Price Raise As Streaming Subscribers Grow
Video streaming service Netflix Inc said it intends to raise its subscription price for new customers by $1 or $2 a month to help the company buy more movies and TV shows and improve service for its 48 million global subscribers. Investors welcomed the announcement on Monday by Netflix, which had suffered from a consumer exodus and stock plunge after it announced an unpopular price increase in July 2011. The company's shares jumped 6.7 percent in after-hours trading to $371.97, after the company released plans for price hikes and posted a rise in first-quarter profit that beat Wall Street expectations. Read More
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Netflix Plans Price Raise As Streaming Subscribers Grow
Netflix Plans Price Raise As Streaming Subscribers Grow
Video streaming service Netflix Inc said it intends to raise its subscription price for new customers by $1 or $2 a month to help the company buy more movies and TV shows and improve service for its 48 million global subscribers. Investors welcomed the announcement on Monday by Netflix, which had suffered from a consumer exodus and stock plunge after it announced an unpopular price increase in July 2011. The company's shares jumped 6.7 percent in after-hours trading to $371.97, after the company released plans for price hikes and posted a rise in first-quarter profit that beat Wall Street expectations. Read More
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Netflix Says It Will Increase Prices For New Members By One Or Two Dollars
Netflix Says It Will Increase Prices For New Members By One Or Two Dollars
New Netflix members can expect to see their subscription rates go up in the next few months, according to the companys most recent letter to shareholders. The letter says Netflixs online selection has “greatly improved, since we introduced our streaming plan in 2010 at $7.99 per month and as a result, “Our current view is to do a one or two dollar increase, depending on the country, later this quarter for new members only.” Existing members will stay at the current price “for a generous time period — but, presumably, not forever. Read More
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Netflix Beats Expectations With 2.25 Million New US Subscribers, Earnings Of 86 Cents Per Share
Netflix Beats Expectations With 2.25 Million New US Subscribers, Earnings Of 86 Cents Per Share
Netflix on Monday released its first-quarter financial results, with the company beating analyst expectations. For the first three months of the year, the company reported earnings of 86 cents per share on revenues of $1.27 billion. Earnings were above analyst expectations of 83 cents a share, while revenues were in-line with the $1.27 billion Wall Street forecast for the quarter. In last years first quarter, Netflix earned 5 cents a share on $1 billion in revenue. Read More
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Galaxy S5 Draws Rush Of Trade-ins From Samsung Phone Owners; IPhone Users Uninterested
Galaxy S5 Draws Rush Of Trade-ins From Samsung Phone Owners; IPhone Users Uninterested
New flagship smartphone launches are often accompanied by a rush of users trading in older phone models as they upgrade, and data surrounding which models saw increased trade-in volumes can give us a good idea of where business is coming from as people purchase new phones. If data provided to BGR by Gazelle is any indication, early Galaxy S5 buyers were already Samsung device owners in large part, with a comparably small amount of new business coming over from the iPhone . Read More
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Video: Galaxy S5 Draws Rush Of Trade-ins From Samsung Phone Owners; IPhone Users Uninterested
Video: Galaxy S5 Draws Rush Of Trade-ins From Samsung Phone Owners; IPhone Users Uninterested
New flagship smartphone launches are often accompanied by a rush of users trading in older phone models as they upgrade, and data surrounding which models saw increased trade-in volumes can give us a good idea of where business is coming from as people purchase new phones. If data provided to BGR by Gazelle is any indication, early Galaxy S5 buyers were already Samsung device owners in large part, with a comparably small amount of new business coming over from the iPhone . Read More
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Heard: What to Watch From Netflix's Earnings
Heard: What to Watch From Netflix's Earnings
Video streaming service Netflix scored a critical hit earlier this year with "House of Cards," but the stock has swung widely in recent weeks. Miriam Gottfried discusses what investors should look for when the company reports earnings later this week. Photo: AP. Read More
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Rain or Shine, The University of Portland's Multimedia Team Gets the Shot with Blackmagic Design
Rain or Shine, The University of Portland's Multimedia Team Gets the Shot with Blackmagic Design
Building a brand is important for any business regardless of the industry, and advertising and marketing campaigns are some of the main ways to do so. In addition to traditional methods, such as print ads and television commercials, today it's essential to leverage social media, especially when your target audience is one of the biggest consumers of the medium. The University of Portland was quick to realize this, and created its own in house multimedia team, in conjunction with its marketing department, which handles all television commercial, online video and social media marketing campaigns. Headed by photojournalist and videographer Jeff Kennel, what makes this team unique is that it produces high quality work just as good as many professional agencies and production companies, but at a fraction of the cost and twice the speed. Read More
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Content Insider #334 - Fast, Furious, 4K
Content Insider #334 - Fast, Furious, 4K
You can't help but love 4K video content it is beautiful after all but I like it for another reason...a business reason. Shooting 4K content takes talent. Handling the delicate post production work takes as much if not more talent. All of it - from beginning to end - takes storage, lots and lots of storage. The people who do all of this work on your entertainment are perfectionists and moved almost to paranoia to save every pixel, every byte. Nothing is discarded because there may come a time when they need that scene, that frame. And 4K requires four times the amount of storage...love it!!! Read More

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