Netflix And CW Shows

October 13, 2011 by staff 

Netflix And CW ShowsNetflix And CW Shows, Netflix, the online and by mail subscription video service, has acquired the broadcast rights for previous seasons of TV shows from the CW network owned by CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc. ‘s Warner Bros.

The four-year agreement covers the latest seasons of the series of scripts in the CW air of your current schedule until the season 2014-2015, the companies said today in a statement. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Further content deals will be for television programs such as Netflix is ??looking to expand its online catalog, the company said last month. The agreement offers over 700 CW hours of programming from past seasons, “the statement said. The show includes plays such as” Gossip Girl “and” One Tree Hill “.

CBS has steadfastly refused to provide their own programs to Hulu in the U.S., where you want a lot of money rates the rights to distribute online content beyond its own sites, but has an agreement in place with Netflix. CW series “The Vampire Diaries”, “Ringer” and “90210″ are also excluded from Hulu.

Starz on 1 September, said it was ending negotiations to renew a broadcasting agreement with Netflix. Supplies Starz recent Walt Disney Co. and Sony Corp. Netflix movies to watch online under a contract that expires in February. Later, Netflix last month reached an agreement allowing it to offer movies from DreamWorks Animation SKG, the studio behind movies like “Shrek” and “Madagascar”, in a deal to replace a pact DreamWorks and start with new versions in 2013.

Shares of Netflix rose 2.4% to 116.32 and 11:41 a.m. New York time. The shares had fallen 35% this year before today, after rising prices of Netflix, an apology for the way they presented the higher prices, go to split your DVD-by-mail service on a separate product Qwikster called, and the decision to abandon the planned division.

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