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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in June 2015

Leaving June 1st:
  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
  • City of Ghosts (2003)
  • Dance with Me (1998)
  • Deep Blue Sea (1999)
  • DeRay Davis: Power Play (2010)
  • Dream Lover (1994)
  • Drugs, Inc.: Season 2­3
  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998)
  • Frankie and Johnny (1991)
  • G.I. Jane (1997)
  • Garfield and Friends: Vol. 1­2
  • Hatchet II (2010)
  • I Escaped A Cult (2014)
  • Ink Master: Season 1
  • Inside Combat Rescue: Season 1
  • Last Action Hero (1993)
  • Picture Perfect (1997)
  • Platoon Leader (1988)
  • Rain Man (1988)
  • Reign Over Me (2007)
  • The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
  • Snatch (2000)
  • Soul Survivors (2001)
  • Swept Away (2002)
  • Syriana (2005)
  • Tank Girl (1995)
  • The Great Queen Seondeok
  • The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story (2004)
  • The Phantom of the Opera: Special Edition (2004)
  • The Rocketeer (1991)
  • The Triplets of Belleville (2003)
  • Waking Life (2001)

Leaving June 6th:

  • Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (2012)
  • Crash (2004)

Leaving June 15th:

  • Space: Unraveling the Cosmos (2014)
  • The River Why (2010)
  • Tin Man

Leaving June 17th:

  • Dummy (2002)

Leaving June 20th:

  • Amadeus (1984)
  • Collateral Damage (2002)
  • Lonesome Dove (1989)
  • Practical Magic (1998)
  • The Guilt Trip (2012)

Leaving June 22nd:

  • Madonna: The MDNA Tour (2013)
  • Stand Up Guys (2012)

Leaving June 28th:

  • Biutiful (2010)

Leaving June 29th:

  • Iron Man: Armored Adventures: Season 1­2
  • Texas Chainsaw (2013)

Leaving June 30th:

  • Donnie Brasco (1997)
  • Godzilla (1998)
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)
  • Jack Reacher (2012)
  • National Security (2003)
  • Steel Magnolias (1989)
  • Taxi Driver (1976)
  • The Baby­Sitters Club: Season 1

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Germany to integrate YouTube in TV ratings system

AGF, the German association providing the official TV audience ratings, will include online video consumption at YouTube in its reach figures. […] With the move, AGF reacts to the growing relevance of online video in media consumption in particular through the increasing number of screens and mobile devices. Also, the video market continues to diversify: In addition to the content offerings of classic TV broadcasters, a rising number of video portals and streaming providers enter the market. – Jörn Krieger, Broadband TV News

Indian Music And Movie Streaming Firm Hungama Is Raising $100 Million

The promise of mobile in India is attracting venture capital at a rate never seen before. The latest deal of note involves Hungama.com, a media company that provides music, videos and movies on mobile, desktop and beyond, which is on the cusp of raising more than $100 million. […] The total audience for Hungama’s services hit 48 million users in February. Of that figure, a whopping 43 million consumed content on a mobile device, with 13.8 million paying for some form of content across its platform. Hungama’s services were used by 227 million consumers during its last financial year, with around one-third spending money in some way. – Jon Russell, TechCrunch
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A list of the 20 best movies on Amazon Prime Instant Video

What’s New On Netflix: ‘3rd Rock From The Sun’, Oscar Nominees, And More

– via Olivia Armstrong, Decider

  • How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • 3rd Rock from the Sun: The Complete Series
  • Force Majeure
  • The Angriest Man in Brooklyn
  • After the Fall (2014)
  • Believe (2013)
  • Caesar Chavez (2014)
  • A Different World: The Complete Series
  • Faith Connections (2014)
  • Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story (2014)
  • Life of Riley (2014)
  • Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis (2014)
  • Monster High: Haunted (2015)
  • One Way Up: The Story of Peckham BMX (2014)
  • Rectify: Season Two (2014)
  • Saw
  • Saw II
  • Saw III
  • Saw IV
  • Standby (2014)
  • Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club (2014)

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‘CSI’ Heads to Hulu in First SVOD Pact

Hulu has picked up rerun rights to 14 seasons — and counting — of CBS’ veteran procedural drama “CSI.” […] All told, Hulu has licensed more than 5,300 episodes of library programming from CBS since last year — evidence of how significantly the rise of digital streaming services has plumped up CBS’ bottom line with what amounts to found money in many cases for vintage series. – Cynthia Littleton, Variety
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Netflix in Cuba costs a third of the average monthly wage

Two months after the United States renewed diplomatic ties with Cuba, Netflix is planting a flag on the island. A subscription requires an internet connection and starts at $8, the same as in the US and even across Latin America, where Netflix counts 5 million members since 2011. However, these requirements may limit Netflix’s reach in Cuba: About five percent of residents have internet access, and the average monthly wage was just $20 in 2013. – Jessica Conditt, Engadget 
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Apple TV rumors point to a Sling TV, PlayStation Vue competitor

Re/code is hearing whispers that instead of trying to work with pay-TV companies like Time Warner Cable or Comcast, Apple will have its own over-the-top streaming service in the vein of the just-launched Sling TV, or upcoming services from Verizon and Sony. The rumor suggests Apple will license content directly from programmers, although its last go-round of negotiations suggesting a split in advertising revenue was not well-received. – Richard Lawler, Engadget 
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TV’s Disruption On Display As Netflix And Amazon Go Head-To-Head At Golden Globes

More proof that good television doesn’t have to be developed by traditional industry players: Amazon has now received its first Golden Globes nominations for the Amazon Prime Instant Video original show Transparent, which follows the story of a family dealing with the late-in-life revelation that the family’s patriarch (Jeffrey Tambor) is transgender. […] This year, however, will present an interesting battle as both Amazon.com and Netflix are up for the Best TV Series (Musical or Comedy) Golden Globe. Transparent is facing off against Netflix’s original show, Orange Is the New Black which is now on Season 2. (The show competed last year as a drama.) The other three nominations were from more traditional networks, with HBO’s Girls and Silicon Valley, plus CW’s new show Jane the Virgin, filling out the rest of the category. – Sarah Perez,TechCrunch  
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Get ready for even more original Netflix programming binges

According to Vulture, Netflix’ chief content officer Ted Sarandos on Monday said at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference that users can expect plenty of more Netflix shows in the future, revealing that the company may release a new show every two and a half weeks or so. “I think that we can expand on our original programming … from where we are today to probably as many as 20 original series. So the idea of launching original series or [an] original season of content every two [and a] half weeks,” the exec said. – Chris Smith,BGR
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