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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) & Piracy, House of Cards’ Winnings & More

Editor’s Note:  Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX)

Netflix studies piracy sites to decide what to buy (BBC News)

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) has revealed that it tracks piracy sites to help decide which TV series and films it should add to its online streaming service. The US firm gave Prison Break as an example of one programme it had bought as a consequence of using the strategy. Media companies have traditionally seen copyright infringement as a threat to their business.

Netflix’s House of Cards wins two Emmy awards (The Inquirer)
TV AND FILM STREAMING SERVICE Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) has won its first two Emmy awards for its original TV series House of Cards. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards event was held in the US on Sunday, a week ahead of the Primetime Emmy Awards, and it looks like Netflix was the talk of the evening. Political thriller House of Cards became the first online-only TV show nominated for an Emmy, having scored nine nominations in July, and it has now become the first online-only series to win big at the awards.

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX)

Netflix on Sky Deutschland? ‘Never say never’ (Advanced Television)
With OTT service Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) agreeing a pay-TV first with Virgin Media to be carried as an app on the UK cable operator’s TiVo cable service, the prospect of other platforms welcoming a competitor has not been discounted by a senior executive at Sky Deutschland.

Lance’s Netflix Picks, 5 star comedy edition (the Arbiter)

Dumb and Dumber: This 90′s slapstick classic beautifully emphasizes the idea that idiocy can make for comedic gold. “Dumb and Dumber” is one of the early films of comedy legend Jim Carrey brought to light his wonderfully ridiculous persona in this one-liner hailstorm of silly fun having. To all cynical life hating folks out there, watch this film, and have a little fun. Happy Gilmore: A pissed off Adam Sandler plays a former hockey playing dilettante turned golf pro who may or may not get in a fist fight with Bob Barker from the “Price is Right.” If that last sentence didn’t catch the intrigue of readers, then ‘afraid I am all out of allure and wit. “Happy Gilmore” proves to be one of Adam Sandler’s very best films even to his very worst of critics.

Can Netflix Stock Hang In There? (Investor Place)
When selling option premium, it usually is better to have a shorter term to expiration than a longer term. The simple logic behind that thought is because options lose their value over time, and the shorter the time there is until expiration, the quicker the premiums erode.

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