Netflix is calling up Frank Underwood to go to bat for net neutrality.
“House of Cards” is coming to Havana.
The groups want the court to allow "Innocence of Muslims" to return to YouTube.
“If there were Internet slow lanes, you’d still be waiting,” reads one banner.
Netflix's CEO thinks the comedian helped win FCC's support for high-speed web options.
Netflix has now signed deals with the four largest Web service providers in the country.
The company has hired Corley Consulting for outside lobbying.
Neflix's CEO declined to appear at a hearing on online video, according to Jay Rockefeller.
“Consumers want transparency," said Chairman Tom Wheeler "and so do I.”
Netflix is telling users their Internet providers are to blame for slow-loading videos.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts defended a deal his company made with Netflix to boost Internet speeds...
The show sent out a casting call looking for actors to play a variety of roles.
“We were hoping there would be a non-regulated solution," CFO David Wells said.
The release comes after theaters refused to show the movie, fearing threats of violence.
The move, a day after HBO announced similar plans, could mark a radical change for TV.
It promises to be the Web’s most public protest on new net neutrality rules so far.
The video giant wants to overturn state laws that prevent cities from expanding services.
Comcast insists the deal wouldn't give it too much power in the Internet and cable markets.
Netflix is asking feds to consider regulating Internet providers like telephone companies.
The YouTube notifications are reminiscent of notices that Netflix showed to users, sparking a...
The messages prompted a public feud between Netflix and Internet provider Verizon.
Verizon and Netflix are publicly playing the blame game.
The Republican said the companies lobby the FCC, but don't pay regulatory fees.
Robby Novak, 10, will be a guest at the Google-Netflix White House Correspondents' Party Friday...