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Norfolk State Partners with Netflix for Tech Boot Camps for Students and Alumni

Norfolk State has partnered with Netflix and 2U, to launch three online tech boot camps for current students and alumni from the class of 2019 and 2020. Students who are accepted are eligible to receive a Netflix scholarship that will cover the cost of attendance. The Netflix Virtual Boot Camp will allow 130 Norfolk State … Continue reading

Fallout continues for Louis C.K. as film, special scrapped
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Fallout continues for Louis C.K. as film, special scrapped

NEW YORK (AP) — The sex harassment scandal roiling Hollywood jumped across the Atlantic Ocean, dove decades into the past and abruptly tanked an upcoming film release Friday when the BBC scrapped a TV series in the wake of rape allegations against actor Ed Westwick, actress Jenny McCarthy accused Steven Seagal of asking her to … Continue reading

Streaming channels, the gifts that keeps on giving
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Streaming channels, the gifts that keeps on giving

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a story Nov. 25 about streaming services to consider as holiday gifts, The Associated Press erroneously reported that SlingTV doesn’t make “Monday Night Football” available on tablets. It does. ___ Looking for a holiday present that’s a perfect fit, procrastinator-friendly and a constant reminder of your generosity? Consider a gift … Continue reading

Epix reaches multiyear Hulu deal, ends Netflix agreement
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Epix reaches multiyear Hulu deal, ends Netflix agreement

The cable network Epix jumped from Netflix to Hulu, landing a multiyear, digital subscription video on demand deal with the streaming service. Beginning Oct. 1, Hulu subscribers will get films from Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount, the companies announced late Sunday. That includes “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” ”Wolf of Wall Street,” as well as new titles, … Continue reading

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How much is too much television?

  NEW YORK (AP) — Beth Hoppe loves television dramas. Yet even with a digital video recorder and on-demand services that enable her to watch on her own schedule, there’s not enough time to see everything on her list. As the chief programmer for PBS, Hoppe has a business reason to stay current. So if … Continue reading