Category Archives: Netflix Inc.
In an increasingly Web-connected world, people find more and more ways to access the Internet through different devices. There are Wi-Fi-enabled smartphones, iPhones, iPads, laptops, netbooks, tablets, and so many more. Less conventional connections surface as consumers use video game … Continue reading
Mark Cuban has become a serious voice in media as a mogul who not only owns the Dallas Mavericks, but leads the media industry in innovative technological solutions with HDNet.com, Magnolia Pictures, Landmark Theaters and Flingo (which is a service … Continue reading
While nobody thought Netflix’s release of its Q3 financial results was going to be great, it was worse than predicted. The company announced that it lost a net 810,000 domestic subscribers and will be in the red by 2012, which … Continue reading
After Netflix’s second big gaff, Dish Network unveiled its new Blockbuster Movie Pass service, which offers DVD rentals and video streaming for $10; however, did they really capitalize on this opportunity? Yes and no. We’ll start with the no. While … Continue reading
“I messed up. I owe everyone an explanation.” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings began his latest blog post, “An Explanation and Some Reflections,” apologizing for his lack of communication to the public during the price hike; however, he then continues to introduce … Continue reading