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Net Neutrality

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Top Net Neutrality Articles

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  • Netflix, Disney Reach Exclusive Streaming Pact for Canada for First-Run Films

    Netflix and Walt Disney Studios today announced a new multiyear licensing deal, under which Netflix will be the exclusive Canadian subscription-video service for Disney live-action and animated feature films in the pay-TV window. Financial terms of the...
  • Comments to FCC on Net Neutrality Surpass 1 Million

    The FCC has received more than 1 million comments to its proposal for rules of the road for the Internet, a.k.a. net neutrality, ranking it among the top issues of public interest before the commission. Comments surpassed 1 million just after noon on...
  • Review: 'The Killing,' The Final Season

    "The Killing" didn't necessarily deserve an ending after its third-season cliffhanger, but the one-time AMC series -- which went from sensation to scorned in near-record time -- needed one. Recognizing a property with binge potential and name recognition,...
  • Netflix Tops Q2 Subscriber Growth Targets, Forecasts Strong International Expansion

    Netflix added a total of 1.69 million net streaming subscribers in the second quarter of 2014, packing on 16% more customers for its video-streaming subscription service than expected to stand at 50 million worldwide. The company added a net 570,000 U.S....
  • Comcast's 2Q Net Income Soars Nearly 15% On Sale of Web Services

    Comcast said second-quarter net income rose about 15% as more of its cable customers opted to take a higher degree of service to get high-speed connections to the Internet as well as other business-related products. The boost to the company's bottom...
  • Viewster Announces Global Winners of Online Film Festival

    Online video service Viewster has announced the winners of the second edition of the Viewster Online Film Festival. Centering on the theme "Relationship Status: It's Complicated," participants from all around the world submitted films for a chance to win...
  • Martin Short Riffs on Donald Sterling, Eric Garcetti at Alex Theatre

    Anybody who's seen Martin Short's shorts -- "Scenes From an Idiot's Marriage," in which he parodies his hero Jerry Lewis as directed by Ingmar Bergman," or "I Married Monte," a hilarious take on '50s TV sitcoms starring Short's version of Montgomery Clift...
  • Mayors Call for Preventing 'Paid Prioritization' on Internet

    The country's mayors passed a resolution on Monday urging the FCC, Congress and the White House to support robust net neutrality rules, including those that would prevent Internet providers from charging content providers to obtain preferential access...
  • VidCon: YouTubers talk net neutrality

    VidCon: YouTubers talk net neutrality
    The end of net neutrality? More like the end of the world -- at least that was the prevailing thought during a Friday panel at VidCon. In the wake of the FCC initiating a process to come up with new rules for an open internet, controversy has bubbled...
  • YouTube stars, video content creators fear new net neutrality rules

    YouTube stars, video content creators fear new net neutrality rules
    The big debate over net neutrality has some YouTube stars fearing that the end of the world is near. The online community has been in a dither about the future of a regulatory provision that Internet service providers treat all traffic the same. The...
  • How John Oliver and HBO Shattered TV's Comedy-News Format

    Brevity, so it has been said, is the soul of wit. John Oliver seems to believe the opposite is equally true. The comedian has been letting loose on his new HBO program "Last Week Tonight," unveiling segments that can last anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes...