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Netflix shares fall after analyst warns subscriber numbers could slide, Wall St treads water

The Australian share market has opened higher despite the lack of a clear lead from overseas markets, with European markets lower for a second day and a choppy session on Wall Street.

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A recent study published by QY Reports, titled, “Over-the-Top (OTT) Devices And Services Market” Research Report, analysts offer an in-depth analysis of the Global Over-the-Top (OTT) Devices And Services Market. The study analyses the various aspect of the market by studying its historic and forecast data. The research report provides a Porters five force model and SWOT analysis of the Market. The different areas covered in the report are market size, drivers and restraints, segment analysis, geographic outlook, major manufacturers in the market, and competitive arena.

Netflix' Sarandos says 'The Irishman' has been viewed by 26.4 million households in first week of streaming

Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" was viewed by 26.4 million households in its first week on Netflix's NFLX, -3.10% streaming platform, Content Head Ted Sarandos told a UBS conference on Tuesday. The film, which stars Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino, is expected to be viewed by 40 million households in its first 28 days, Sarandos said, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Netflix is famously reticent about viewing numbers, but it did disclose last year that the Sandra Bullock vehicle "Bird Box" drew an audience of 45 million viewers in its first seven days. Netflix shares were down 3%, but have gained about 10% in 2019, while the S&P 500 SPX, -0.11% has gained 25%.

Paul McCartney's adventure novel for kids is becoming a Netflix movie

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Paul McCartney is about to have much more of a presence on Netflix than the occasional documentary or Beatles homage. Netflix and Gaumont are producing an animated movie based on McCartney's children's adventure novel High in the Clouds, which was also written by Philip Ardagh and Geoff Dunbar. The book follows the tale of a teenage squirrel who lands in a group of rebels after he inadvertently makes enemies with a tyrannical owl.

Love Island reigns on Twitter in 2019

ITV’s reality show Love Island was the most-talked-about TV series on Twitter in 2019 for a second consecutive year.

Too Yumm! partners with Amazon Prime Video for Inside Edge Season 2 - ET BrandEquity

Too Yumm! the snacking brand from the house of Guiltfree Industries, FMCG division of the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group has announced its collaboration with Amazon Original Series Inside Edge Season 2, which launched on Friday, December 6, across 200 countries and territories.

The first season of the web series was nominated for the 2018 International Emmy Awards in the Best Drama Series category.

Amazon brings Fire TV edition smart TVs to India, partners Onida

NEW DELHI : Amazon has partnered Onida to bring Fire TV edition smart TVs in India, a move aimed at helping the e-commerce company further strengthen its position in the booming consumer durable market in the country.

Atwood, Nesbit among those honored by Center for Fiction

NEW YORK (AP) — The art of invention itself was a special guest as the Center for Fiction honored Margaret Atwood and Hulu, literary agent Lynn Nesbit and debut author De’Shawn Charles Winslow.

Elizabeth Hurley says her 'Marvel's Runaways' villain is her darkest role yet: 'What's not to love?'

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Elizabeth Hurley says her Marvel's Runaways villain is her darkest role yet: 'What's not to love?'

Netflix says 26.4 million accounts watched ‘The Irishman’ in its first week

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Netflix had a lot riding on The Irishman -- the Martin Scorsese crime saga starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. The film has been in the works for almost a decade, and Netflix, which reportedly invested as much as $200 million, has been involved for years. So, the company is understandably braggadocious that, in The Irishman's first seven days on the platform, it was watched by 26.4 million accounts globally -- 26,404,081 to be precise.

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