Netflix will be raising its price in the not-s0-distant future, CEO Reed Hastings announced yesterday in a letter to shareholders. It's only going up by a dollar or two, but an increase is an increase. But what's the most you'd pay for Netflix?
Sometime in early February, I loaded up Netflix on my PlayStation 3 to watch Captain America: The First Avenger. I planned to re-watch the flick to get ready for its amazing-looking sequel, which hits theaters soon. But as I cycled through titles on My List, I soon realized the action-packed Marvel film was no longer…
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has come out with an open letter extolling the virtues of net neutrality because, well duh. Also mentioned is how much Netflix really didn't want to sign a deal with
the devil Comcast, but if everyone's favorite merger in process goes through, there might not be much of a choice going forward.
There's a great Netflix feature in Bloomberg Businessweek today, which details how the company delivers its enormous catalog to 36 million customers without a hitch. It's more than impressive math—it's almost a miracle.
Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO and enthusiastic Qwikster regretist, has made NYT Magazine the latest stop on his grand apology over his company's unfortunately executed DVD-mailing kissing cousin. He is, again, so very sorry.
Even though I saw more than my fair share of moans about the Netflix price increase on Twitter and the like, Netflix thinks they got away relatively unscathed. Cue a deluge of further complaints after CEO Reed Hasting's comments.
You probably know Netflix raised its prices. And, like everyone else, you're probably outraged at the death of $10 1 disc + streaming plan. But the $6 price hike doesn't have to be the end of the world.
Canada finally has Netflix—and for a dollar cheaper than its southern pals! Online streaming will cost only $7.99 a month up north, compared to $8.99 in the US. And Netflix's CEO thinks Americans are too self-centered to notice.
Netflix founder Reed Hastings has joined the Microsoft board of directors, indicating a cozy relationship between the two companies. While no actual business deals between the big M and Netflix have been announced, a partnership could benefit them both greatly in the current marketplace. What with TiVo and Amazon…