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Facebook has beaten estimates in its latest earnings, with positive movement on the video front.

Netflix’s fourth-quarter subscriber results topped expectations, but concerns over market saturation has investors rattled.
Rupert Murdoch has spoken up to deny rumours that he is re-tightening his grip at FOX, minimising the role of Fox News head Roger Ailes.

At CES this week, Netflix announced that its online subscription service has been switched on in 130 new markets across the world, making it a “global network” available in more than 190 markets.

In case you haven’t noticed, the new Star Wars movie is an enormous hit. But at least one analyst cautions investors to avoid proclamations like “the media segment awakens”.

Facebook has stopped using Adobe's Flash technology to support video — a move that could translate into the capture of more ad dollars.