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Netflix makes no secret of its goal to beat the cable king, and it lines up a new show from Apatow, whose TV work right now consists of the premium network's "Girls."
A new TV show about two guys working at the daily deals Web site is set to air on CBS next season, and it's confusingly named "Friend Me."
From the party files.
Divisions of the company have been renamed to bring the word "AOL" back into them, according to Twitter posts coming from a massive staff meeting hosted by CEO Tim Armstrong.
"Fight Club" director David Fincher is reportedly in advanced talks to take on the movie based on the forthcoming book "The Accidental Billionaires," Variety reports.
This weekend, Justin Yu makes an appearance on Tom Merritt and Roger Chang's podcast, East Meets West. Ostensibly, it sounds like a podcast about culture, Asia, and Western technology, right?
Netflix is partnering with Starz to make 2,500 additional movies available to subscribers for instant viewing online.
Sony's new rumble controller will hit stores sometime in April with a $55 price tag. Also: Sony will be serving up a couple of new bundles for the PS3 and PSP.
You know how you get kids to play outside and quit watching TV? Taxes. No, really, it's true. P.S. Robots can lie now.
First, Paramount and DreamWorks Animation get bought off to go HD DVD exclusive, now word is Toshiba's trying to romance Warner into flipping. The only problem is Sony's trying its best to seduce the last dual-format studio into shacking up exclusively wi