Netflix launches on Com Hem boxes; OnCue said to fetch $200M

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> Netflix is now available on Com Hem-leased TiVo boxes in Sweden. Story

> OnCue's price tag was reportedly $200 million. Story

> Xbox One, Machinima promotion on YouTube raises some concerns. Story

> Electronic Arts is also said to pay YouTube contributors to promote its games. Story

> The New York Times profiled Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia. Story

> ThinkAnalytics will provide the Internet Video Archive with metadata. Press release

Cable news 

> Major broadcast and cable networks have bid for the rights to carry eight Thursday-night NFL games. Read more  

Telecom News

> FiOS is helping Verizon's wireline network revenue. Read more

And finally... How has the rise of Netflix affected established premium pay-TV networks like HBO or Showtime? It depends who you ask. This week the NPD group released some survey suggesting Netflix has been growing while premium pay-TV networks have been losing subscribers. Not true, according to the companies who own those networks and Rich Greenfield, an analyst with BTIG Research. Read more

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