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Netflix snags Cartoon Network and Adult Swim toons

Netflix has secured a raft of grown-up and kids animated titles after inking a deal with Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting  and Warner Bros. Television Group. It gives Netflix US rights to shows from Turner’s Cartoon Network and Adult Swim cable nets. The titles from Cartoon Network are: Adventure Time, Ben 10 (pictured), Regular Show and […]

Liberty and Starz complete split

John Malone’s Liberty Media and US cable network Starz have completed their planned split.   Liberty had previously announced its intention to spin off Starz. The process was finalised last Friday and the two are now separately traded public companies and will be trading as such on the US Nasdaq exchange from the start of […]

New US privacy law will allow Netflix to link accounts with Facebook

US lawmakers have amended privacy laws, clearing the way for video services such as Netflix to more closely link subscriber’s accounts with Facebook and other social media. Netflix was among a powerful lobbying group calling for the amendment to the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act. That group also included media heavyweights Apple, Disney, Facebook, Google, […]

Analysts gloomy on outlook for CME

Influential credit ratings agency Moody’s says that the outlook for Time Warner-backed CME is challenging as the advertising market will remain tough in 2013 and the impact of fixed programming costs is felt. The Central and Eastern European broadcast group, which is 49.9% owned by Time Warner, downgraded its full-year forecasts following its recent disappointing […]

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