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# Streaming
EU's top court to hear dispute over TV streaming website
Broadcasters say TVCatchup, which hosts streams of TV channels for UK users, should not be able to stream their content.
# thomond spark
Ulster Bank League: Quinlan joins commentary team for new season's kick-off
The former Munster back-row will offer his insight at the ‘Friday Night Lights’ opener between Young Munster and Shannon.
# Week in Pics
The week in photos: Streaming
This is the week that was, in pictures.
# Explainer
Reddit, Boing Boing plan website blackout over SOPA - but what is it?
A number of high-profile sites are ‘going dark’ this Wednesday over proposed anti-piracy legislation.
# Netflix
Netflix 'thrilled' to bring Irish films, TV to global audience
The streaming service, which has just launched here, is planning to increase the amount of Irish-made content in its portfolio.
# Netflix
Netflix launches in Ireland: but how does it compare?’s guide to the film and TV streaming service as it launches in Ireland and the UK.
# Netflix
Netflix secures MGM movie deal for Irish expansion
Company says deal means Irish customers can access MGM films within a year of their release and pick from the studio’s catalogue.
# Netflix
Netflix lost 800,000 subscribers this year
The movie and TV streaming company will launch in Ireland and the UK early next year. It has been operating in the US and almost 40 other countries since 2007.
# Netflix
Netflix movie and TV streaming service coming to Ireland
The online subscription service is expected to launch here early next year.