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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Aug 11, 2010 4:41 PM Flag

    $40 $45 $50 who knows?, but-

    AMEN

    LION BROADCASTING HAVE WARNED YOU ALL: BASH OR LISTEN

    MY WAR IS AGAINST CORPORATE CROOKS : ZERO COST OPTION COMPENSATION AND BUY BACK SCAM ABUSIVE CRIMES TO ENRICH THEMSELVES @THE EXPENSE OF WORKING CLASS PENSIONS

    Re: WOW! OVER 44M SHARES HAVE TRADES HANDS IN JUST 7 DAYS! EAT THAT FLOAT UP! 4 second(s) ago
    lol

    NOT EATING :DISTRIBUTING TO SHORTS AND SUCKERS

    ROTTEN EGGS :CONTRARY TREND ALWAYS AFTER A SQUEEZE BUBBLE...

    THIS SCAM WILL BE $30 IN NEXT 12 MONTHS AND PINK SHEET IN 2+ YEAR

    LEAP PUT ;JAN2012 GREAT BUY;PARKED.........

    hello

    retail these criminal manipulation gang played their class play book

    dream on now..........that is what they always want retail suckers to dream big at the top of the cliff and than bang them

    Sucker retail always get banged including retail pensions

    lol
    and yes it changed everything today

    Future headlines:
    Disney renegotiating Starz deal, might pull movies from Netflix streaming

    StarZ to demand $200m per year streaming for 2011 and ebyond

    hot on the heels of Warner forcing Netflix to accept delayed DVD rentals in exchange for better streaming terms, Disney and Starz are reportedly renegotiating their deal, and blocking Netflix is one of the terms. Most new releases on Netflix right now are part of the StarzPlay package, and the studios don't get a cut, since they've already sold those rights to Starz. As we all know, the studios aren't big fans of not getting a cut, so what Disney is trying to do is block Netflix from dealing with Starz and force it to license streaming rights directly -- not the end of the world and certainly not impossible, but a move that has the potential to disrupt service and raise prices. As of right now, things are status quo and no one's talking on the record, but we've got the feeling there's a shakeout coming -- stay tuned.

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    THE BOMB THAT WILL BLOW UP SUCKERS NEXT

    As the Epix deal reminds us, the company doesn’t generate its own content. Its streaming technology isn’t proprietary (Hulu and YouTube have it).

    At the end of the day, subscribers are Netflix’s greatest asset

    NOW IF STAR Z DEAMAND $180M FOR STREAMING DEAL, WHAT HAPPESN TO:
    MARGINS?
    CASH FLOW?

    Hastings already wiped out all cash and used DEBT for this Bubble scam for quick loot with massive zero cost stock options enrich scheme. $200m Debt and current earnings not enough for EPIX and what about StarZ by End of 2010?

    THE BOMB:
    But Netflix should tread carefully in tinkering with its more than 15 million subscribers. As the Epix deal reminds us, the company doesn’t generate its own content. Its streaming technology isn’t proprietary (Hulu and YouTube have it).

 
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