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Many analysts have an increasingly gloomy outlook on Netflix; Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter even says the company's future is in doubt.
The video giant is rumored to be in talks with cable companies to offer online movie streaming as an option through TV set-top boxes.
The famed film critic laments that the movie rental company has "largely stopped buying streaming rights" to independent films. Netflix denies this.
The iPhone maker is reportedly trying to launch a streaming video service by the end of the year, but so far, studios and television networks aren't playing nice.
The movie channel announced last September that its titles wouldn't be available for Netflix streaming, and now that end day has finally come.
It's safe to say Reed Hastings doesn't believe that the costs of delivering Web video to Netflix customers is a financial burden to Comcast or other networks.
Hearsay that Warner Bros. was looking to make a "very large amount of money" on DVD sales of "The Bodyguard" after the singer's death was false.
The Roku 3 and Apple TV are the two most recommendable streaming-media boxes on the market, but choosing between them can be tough.
This story incorrectly stated that Netflix had cancelled its DVD-only plan.
Netflix is making it easier for customers to sign up for a DVD-only subscription plan--after the CEO told investors a month ago he expects DVD revenue to keep declining.