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  • The dispute underscores the tensions developing in the TV industry as it strives to keep pace with consumer demand for emerging online-video technologies and popular digital devices without damaging the pay-TV subscription model that has become the most important source of revenue in the business.

    Time Warner Cable's iPad App Scores, Draws Fire

  • Netflix predicts that the number of subscribers to the online-video service will remain flat in November and rise in December.

    Netflix Adds a New Woe: Red Ink

  • But he attributes the subscriber losses mainly to the price increase, which he said was not adequately explained as necessary to keep up with the rising costs of mailing DVDs and of acquiring content for the online-video service.

    Netflix Adds a New Woe: Red Ink

  • In July, Netflix boosted the price of a combined online-video and DVD-rental package by 60%, to $16 a month from $10.

    Netflix Adds a New Woe: Red Ink

  • Late Tuesday, Mr. Sheen launched another salvo in an online-video broadcast where he described the decision to fire him as "completely and entirely illegal," and attacked the executives involved as "nothing shy of traitors," among other personal insults.

    Legal Tussle on Center Stage

  • While both Dish and DirecTV are offering online-video programming to subscribers, that product relies on customers having Internet connections through rival cable or phone companies.

    Dish Network and DirecTV Find Themselves at Opposite Ends of the Satellite Spectrum

  • Verizon is gambling that the advantages of gaining a nationwide customer base would outweigh the risk that a less expensive online-video offering could undercut the lucrative pay-TV part of FiOS's business, which reaches about 14% of households.

    Verizon, Redbox Team Up on Video

  • For years, cable companies and other pay-television providers have fretted about the threat that online-video subscription services like Netflix Inc.'s could pose to their business.

    Verizon, Redbox Team Up on Video

  • Gary Wei Wang was 38 when Chinese online-video provider Tudou Holdings Ltd. went public last year.

    Young CEOs: Are They Up to the Job?

  • As it concentrates on streaming video, Netflix is bracing for competition from online-video website Hulu LLC and online-retailing giant Amazon.com Inc., which began offering its own video service last year for subscribers of its Prime fast-shipping program.

    Netflix Recovers Subscribers

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