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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Jan 5, 2013 9:11 PM Flag

    DISNEY CONTENT BID FOR 2016 IS BIGGEST BLUFF SCAM BY PROVEN MF CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS

    DISNEY CONTENT BID FOR 2016 IS BIGGEST BLUFF SCAM BY PROVEN MF CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS

    MF CRIMINAL TRYIING TO FOOL AND EXTEND THE LOOT BUBBLE SCAM BUT ALL SCAM PIE IS GOING TO HIT HIS SCAM $SS AND FACE IN 2013

    DISNEY WILL BE LOOKING FOR NEW BIDS IN 2014 FRO THEIR CONTENT ALL OVER AGAIN

    LOL

    Netflix is no longer the only game in town. With content subscription services from Hulu, Amazon and DISH, video on demand from the MSOs, services like Comcast XFINITY TV, and other competitors like Microsoft, Sony, Google and Redbox all entering the market soon, Netflix is going to get squeezed.

    PINK SHEETS IN 2013...............

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • PROVEN CRIMINAL MF THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM PLAY BOOK AND LOOT IN BILLIONS WITH INSOLVENT BALANCE SHEET ....ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO

      ((((Taking all of the profit from the Company for himself and fraud street crime loot partners leaving an empty shell for Stockholders.))))
      RED ALERT IN USA:
      BIGGEST SCAM LOOT IN BILLIONS BY MF CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS @NETFLIX LOOT CONTINUES
      Netflix insider enrich Ponzi scam is too deep and Billions have been looted.This company since listed on exchange has been playing scam with managing cook books to enrich insiders and their criminal wall street partners at Goldman Sachs,Morgan Stanley and insider Technology Cross ventures.

      I challenge every Financial expert in USA to debate this on TV.Dotcom scam planned end of 2009 and executed in 2010 with streaming scam hype and $350M debt money used for short squeeze scam bubble and balance sheet raped and now worthless. Off balance sheet liabilities over Billion. How can insider take over $1B+ in 2010 alone , when company earned only $160M in 2010?
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      CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS AND HIS FRAUD STREET CRIME PARTNERS
      MORGAN STANLEY & GOLDMAN SACHS DUMPED MAJORITY OF THEIR SHARES FOR THE LOOT IN BILLIONS WITH SCAM BUBBLE CREATION AND MANIPULATION NOW WITH WEEKLY DERIVATIVES IS CRYSTAL CLEAR CRIME SCENE

      ASK SEC CRIMINAL WATCH DOGS AT SEC:
      WHAT IS PRICE/VOLUME MANIPULATION CRIME?
      WHAT IS PUMP/DUMP SCAM
      WHAT IS INSIDER TRADING AND MISLEADING SCAM SPIN AND RUMOR PUMP/DUMP NEWS SPINS?

      More proof: White Collar crime Data

      White-collar crimes cost the United States more than $300 billion annually according to the FBI.

      NETFLIX DAY LIGHT ROBBERY CONTINUES=PROVES SEC/FINRA CRIMINAL WATCH DOGS IN THEIR POCKETS
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      This is what I see from Criminal Greedy #$%$ CEO DNA @NETFLIX=Biggest Ponzi scam since MADOFF
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      HERE IS LOOT IN BILLIONS WITH $200m DEBT SCAM BUBBLE AND BALANCE SHEET RAPED TO ZIPPO BY CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS AND HIS FRAUD STREET GANG

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • January 6, 2013,
      Universal Pictures Renews Deal With HBO
      By BRIAN STELTER
      Universal Pictures on Sunday announced a lucrative renewed pact with HBO that will keep the studio’s films on the cable system — and off Netflix — into the next decade.

      The announcement came about a month after Netflix nabbed its biggest studio yet, the Walt Disney Company, highlighting the competition between cable players like HBO and Internet upstarts. The old Disney films included in the deal, like “Alice in Wonderland,” are now available on Netflix; new releases will begin to show up on Netflix in 2016, after Disney’s current deal with Starz expires.

      The first agreement between HBO, a unit of Time Warner, and Universal, a unit of Comcast’s NBCUniversal, came in 2003. With the extension through 2022, HBO now has the rights to about half of Hollywood big releases until then.

      It has similar long-term deals with 20th Century Fox, Summit Entertainment and its sister company Warner Brothers. A person with knowledge of the deal, however, said HBO did not intend to pursue Sony Pictures, whose deal with Starz is scheduled to end in 2016.

      Bruce Grivetti, the president for film programming for HBO, alluded to the company’s confidence in a statement on Sunday: “We are excited to extend our relationship with Universal Pictures and have now solidified HBO’s position for first-run theatricals into the next decade.”

      Movie rights remain critical to HBO, despite the success of original shows like “True Blood” and “Game of Thrones,” because they attract big audiences and fill much of the channel’s schedule. HBO extended its movie deal with 20th Century Fox last year.

      By staying in business with HBO through Universal, Comcast is choosing not to go directly to consumers with its own streaming movie service. The closest thing Comcast has to that is Streampix, an on-demand bundle of movies and old TV shows that Comcast cable customers can buy.

      Comcast may also be signaling that it is not interested in acquiring Starz, despite industry speculation to the contrary. A spokeswoman for Comcast declined to comment on Sunday.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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