News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | December 2Chris discussed Donald Trump's deal with Carrier to keep some jobs in Indiana, a man arrested for vandalizing cars after the election and whether Wham's 'Last Christmas' is a Christmas song. He talked with economist Chris Butler about the deal reached with Carrier at 7:00, CSN Philly's Ray Didinger at 8:00 to preview the Eagles game against the Bengals, and Face the Nation's John Dickerson at 8:20 about Donald Trump considering Mitt Romney for the position of Secretary of State.
Netflix Users Can Now Download Movies, Shows To Watch Offline LaterIt just got even easier to binge on Netflix.
Netflix Comes To Comcast Cable BoxComcast is switching on the feature that long seemed unthinkable.
US Internet Repeatedly Disrupted By CyberattacksCyberattacks on a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the East Coast of the United States Friday
Netflix Soars 20% As New Subscribers Start StreamingNetflix added 3.6 million members in the third quarter, shattering its own expectations for growth and silencing skeptics on Wall Street.
Comcast, Netflix Put Aside Their DifferencesComcast subscribers won't have to leave their cable box to watch Netflix.
21st Century Fox Sues Netflix For Poaching Employees21st Century Fox has filed a lawsuit against Netflix, accusing it of poaching two executives.
Federal Court Orders Release Of Brendan Dassey, Featured In 'Making A Murderer'A federal court in Wisconsin has overturned the conviction of a man found guilty of helping his uncle kill Teresa Halbach in a case profiled in the Netflix documentary "Making of a Murderer."
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | July 26Chris reviewed the speeches from Bernie Sanders, Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren and Corey Booker at the Democratic National Convention. He spoke with Breitbart's Joel Pollack at 8:00 and AB Stoddard from Real Clear Politics at 8:20 about the floor protests supporting Bernie Sanders.
Could Sharing Your Netflix Password Make You A Federal Criminal?These days, sharing one's Netflix or Hulu password with a friend or family member is somewhat of a common practice, but under a new federal ruling it could be a crime.
Zeoli Show Log 07.11.16Rich discussed possible vice president picks for Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders endorsing Hillary Clinton and the evidence surrounding bias in police use of force. He also discussed PokemonGo, Dallas Police Chief David Brown's response to Black Lives Matter and Penn Jillette's thoughts on gun control.
Appeals Court Ruling May Criminalize Sharing Netflix PasswordsThe panel of judges ruled sharing a password is a criminal act under a federal anti-hacking law.

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