Netflix loses nearly 100 programs as year-end licensing expires

The end of the year often brings the end of certain licensing arrangements. For Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), one enterprising Reddit user put together a comprehensive list of movies and TV shows that were set to expire from the company's streaming video catalog Jan. 1, 2014. They included blockbusters like "Braveheart," "Titanic," and "Top Gun." A spokesman for the company told CNN that it adds and deletes programming from its service routinely. Read more

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