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    Here are the Movies Coming and Going on Netflix This May

    A new month means new Netflix offerings, and this May the company is bringing an array of critical darlings and fan favorites to its vast list of streaming options.

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    TV Networks vs. Streaming: Who's Winning the War?

    Though streaming devices dominate the zeitgeist, television is still the top medium by which we consume programming, says a new study.

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    With Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Now Yahoo All Producing Original Content, Is It Too Much for TV Fans?

    Yahoo is planning to produce two new scripted comedy series, one from "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig.

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    5 Daily Tech Stories that Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Net Neutrality for Indie Filmmakers, Rare Film Preservation and More

    Why indie filmmakers should care about net neutrality, a campaign to preserve rare films and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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    Netflix Sets August 1st Premiere for Fourth (and Final) Season of 'The Killing'

    Cancelled by AMC after just two seasons, Netflix negotiated the show's revival by teaming up with the cable network to bring it back for a third season in what Variety refers to as a "shared-window pact." Following the third season, AMC cancelled the show once again. This time, however, Netflix nego...

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    'Orange Is the New Black' Covers EW, Showrunner Kohan Speaks Her Mind on Awards, Rejection, Beauty Standards and More

    The Litchfield ladies of Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" cover this week's edition of Entertainment Weekly. Inside, showrunner Jenji Kohan ("Weeds") speaks her mind about the series being initially rejected by HBO and Showtime, about the show's dramedy aspects making it hard to categorize for aw...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: HBO Shows to Amazon Prime, Netflix Loves Futbol, and More

    A new web series starring Bob Balaban, Netflix gets its first Spanish-language original series and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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    Netflix Gives 13-Episode Order to Spanish-Language Original Comedy

    Netflix has ordered its first Spanish-language original series: a satire from Mexican director Gaz Alazraki that centers on what happens behind-the-scenes in professional fútbol. Alazraki most recently directed "Nosotros los Nobles," a.k.a. "We are the Nobles," which broke box office records and ran...

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    Netflix Announces Price Increases For New Customers

    Netflix today announced that they will raise subscription prices for new customers, who will now pay $1-2 more than the current $7.99 per month. The company also noted that existing customers can keep their $7.99/month rate for a "generous time period".

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    Netflix Plans Price Hike for New Subscribers

    It's catching on with streaming sites that it's time to charge more for their goods. A couple months ago Amazon Prime announced its annual fee would jump by $20 beginning in 2015. Now Netflix intends to raise its subscription price for new customers by $1 or $2 per month.

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