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The online cartoon that's become a phenomenon has won a legal victory.
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Kiwi satcaster Sky TV is taking a page from Netflix's book and developing an Internet DVD rental service to muscle in on rental stores, which release movies before Sky gains access to them.
John Malone's Starz!, the pay TV network that focuses entirely on theatrical movies, is starting to gobble up some of its titles three months sooner than the traditional 12-month wait.