Now that Netflix has revealed exactly how many subscribers it has lost over the last few months, we're wondering what's next for the video service and its competitors like Amazon. In other pay-TV news, we have an upgraded UI on the way from DirecTV and new social media hooks from AT&T that could signal a change in the way we watch TV. Before closing things out with our picks of what to watch this week, we even had some time for new ultra HDTV standards, mobile app consolidation for FiOS and Sony's PlayStation 3D Display.
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16:18 - Netflix US subscriber count drops by 800k in Q3, 21.45 million still streaming
18:24 - Netflix to expand to UK, Ireland in 'early 2012,' looks to challenge Lovefilm
24:19 - Amazon Prime Instant Video expands its library with even more video from PBS
27:23 - BBC's global iPlayer app adds AirPlay streaming, should just be on Apple TV
30:00 - DirecTV shows off its new HD UI with a website and trailer, still no release date
33:55 - U-verse TV gets social with help from Miso, TV Foundry, Wayvin and BuddyTV Guide
40:00 - Verizon's My FiOS app puts your entire living room under one Android roof
42:39 - Playstation 3D Display hits shelves November 13, Sony answers your burning questions
44:50 - Ultra HDTV technical standards agreed on, more pixels is a good thing
52:30 - Must See HDTV (October 24th - 30th)
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