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Netflix’s Loss of Marvel Movies May Hurt Subscriber Growth, Poll Finds

Some 22 percent of Americans in the new poll said they’d cancel their Netflix subscription if Disney’s Marvel Studios films (like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War) were removed from the platform. And 20 percent said they’d drop the streamer if Lucasfilm’s Star Wars movies left the service. – Erik Hayden, The Hollywood Reporter » http://bit.ly/2vXnL2j
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UK most tech-savvy TV-watching country in the world

Where the UK really leads the pack is in free-to-air catch-up TV; no other country really comes close. But perhaps that isn’t really a surprise, given that the bulk of the UK’s original TV programming is available for free online thanks to the country’s TV licence fee. The US, by comparison, has very low free-to-air online catch-up usage, but the world’s highest use of subscription video-on-demand services (Netlifx, Amazon Prime video, etc.) – Sebastian Anthony, Ars Technica

Unsurprising: People Watch Way More Netflix Than Other Streaming Services

A recent survey from Wall Street firm Cowen & Co., polling over 1,000 consumers, showed Netflix as the No. 1 SVOD service in terms of subscriber count. They also crushed the competition in terms of hours of content viewed as well as customer satisfaction. Statistics showed Netflix users are watching approximately 7.7 hours of content per week, with the closest runner up (Hulu Plus) reporting 4.1 hours on average. According to Variety, the next closest competitors, not all that shockingly, were Amazon Prime Instant Video and HBO GO, with 3.5 hours and 3 hours, respectively. – William Fanelli, Cinema Blend 
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Forget the Emmys! Find Out Who the Internet Loves as We Reveal the Winners of the 2014 Best….

The Emmy nominations are happening tomorrow morning. But we kind of don’t care! Because the diehard TV fans have already spoken, right here. And trust us when we say: NO ONE CARES MORE THAN THEY DO. […] This year, the response was massive—and intense—as our 32 categories received more than 5 million votes, from inside the U.S. and around the world.- Kristin Dos Santos, E! Online http://ift.tt/1r0bjHH