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> Netflix: Threats to growth include TV Everywhere, content costs. Article

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> SpotXchange Adds Former Walt Disney/ABC Veteran to Board of Directors. Release

> Logitech calls Google TV a 'highlight' in its earnings report. Article

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> Roku Brings "The Jay at Maverick's Big Wave Invitational" Directly to your Living Room TV in Full HD for free. Release

> Rovi rolls out Apple iPad universal TV viewing guide. Article

> House committee sets meeting date to weigh FCC's net neutrality rules. Article

> Netflix: More viewing hours for Apple TV than iPad; Web TV a 'big growth category.' Article

> Netflix: Cable outscores telcos in streaming video delivery. Article

> AT&T fourth quarter revenues top $31.4 billion, U-verse TV adds 246,000 subscribers. Article

> Time Warner Cable loses 141,000 subs in Q4. Article

> Netflix forecast: 23.7 million subscribers by end of 1Q2011; revenues to $717 million. Article

> Netflix Q4 earnings: 20 million subscribers; revenue of $596 million. Article

> AOL signs content deal with Heidi Klum, Full Picture Entertainment. Article

> AOL teams with 'Survivor's' Burnett for series of CliffNotes comedy shorts. Article

> WealthTV picks Level 3 CDN service for streaming to Roku. Article

> Vivendi sells final stake in NBC Universal to GE. Article

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