New Pricing Plan
Streaming video service Netflix recently appealed to a panel of U.S. senators to update an old law that forbids the company from launching a Facebook application within the country. Senate Democrats don’t like the idea of a Netflix Facebook app
Here's Why We Let Starz Walk Away...
Starz wanted higher consumer prices Starz didn't just want Netflix to pay more money for its content.
Netflix looks to kids to make its UI more fun
Netflix Leads Apple, Amazon For Paid Web Video If you’re watching video on the Internet, the odds are very, very good that you’re doing it on YouTube. And failing that, on Facebook.
Netflix Users Are Slashing Their Cable Bills It turns out Netflix is cutting into the revenues of the cable business after all, despite assurances from both Netflix and cable providers to the contrary.
Netflix Now Officially Bigger Than Comcast
Netflix Won’t Announce Its 3 Billionth DVD Shipment: “Focus Is Really On Streaming” Netflix just announced its first quarter 2011 earnings and they’re cause for optimism, with earnings at $1.11 a share on revenue of about $719 million, out-performing analysts expectations of $1.08 per share on $704 million in revenue. The company doubled its profits, at $60.2 million versus $32.3 million at the same time last year.
Netflix revealed Monday that its earnings are up 88% compared to this time last year. Netflix Earnings Up 88% as Competitor Instant Movie Streaming Services Launch
Posted at 12:35 PM ET, 07/08/2011 Netflix criticizes new Internet billing by bits
9:00 am, April 26th | by Hillary Reinsberg In a letter to shareholders yesterday, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings (one of Time‘s 100 Most Influential People of 2011) wrote, “The CEO of a [traditional TV network] characterized Netflix as “rerun TV.’ While we don’t plan to use that line in our next marketing campaign, he is fundamentally correct.” We can grow the audience of Glee & Mad Men