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Category Archives: Netflix
I’ve actually noticed Netflix getting some good content back on their streaming catalog. Everyday it makes more and more sense to ditch the DVD model entirely. I give it about 1-2 years.
An insight from Kit Eaton, Fast Company: What Apple is quietly doing is changing how you pay for things online, and the more speculative reader may wonder if this is a bigger step toward a long-rumored mobile payment system from … Continue reading
No word on whether Redbox will get the same treatment just yet, though the company released a statement claiming nothing has changed on their own agreement.
Engadget picks this up from a recent Nielsen report on game console usage for 13+ years of age: …gamers this year spent notably more time streaming video to their consoles than they did in 2010, due in large part to … Continue reading
Weekly Download #19: Microsoft and Visions of the Future, Designing for the Future, Cable TV and OnDemand Content, Going Mobile
Today’s podcast takes more of a thematic term as we discuss design, mainly using Google as a lens — what makes design for Google work? What makes it struggle? We also discuss the Microsoft “vision of the future”; Cable TV; … Continue reading
Vijay Jayant, senior managing director for the ISI group: When Netflix loses 800,000 subscribers the fear of cord-cutting goes away a little.
Dan Frommer lays out Q3 for Netflix, which wasn’t pretty compared to their previous stellar performance. Subscribers are down 800k and they lost 20% in stock, but there may be some good news: Only 7% of Netflix’s new streaming subscribers … Continue reading
This type of flip flopping is never a good sign. If Netflix doesn’t get its act together, things are likely to start getting even uglier for the company.
Marc Randolph, co-founder of Netflix: But what is truly mindblowing, is that when I was CEO trying to screw up my nerve to walk away from selling DVDs, I risked alienating tens of thousands of customers. Reed is showing that … Continue reading
Netflix is systematically killing the DVD-by-mail model off: Pick a name that is extremely off-putting BONUS: Pick a name that is not trademarked yet and already has a Twitter handle claimed. Establish it as a completely different business from the … Continue reading
Microsoft is trying to play catchup, Netflix is taking a turn in a different direction, and Google is sitting pretty with the Q2 earnings call. All this and a little (large) plug about a service that we both haven’t used … Continue reading