Oh come on! The best part about the mess that was Qwikster was the possibility of renting games from Netflix. Now they take that away from us too? That new season of Arrested Development better be amazing.
Adage reports that Netflix is replacing its chief marketing officer Leslie Kilgore. You don't say? I'm nearly as surprised as I was when yesterday was Thursday. Netflix' marketing was nothing short of disasterous last year.
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.
Netflix is having themselves quite the week, and everyone's favorite insaneo Chinese animators are here to show us how things really happened. Apparently it involved asteroids, disc-headed mutant siamese twins, laser pistols, and the Insane Clown Posse. Although in fairness, that mix of ingredients would have made…
According to Steve Swasey, VP of Netflix corporate communications, the company isn't thinking about marketing for Qwikster just yet. Which makes me wonder, who is Jason Castillo talking to?
Sunday night's announcement from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings that the company was to be split in two was a bombshell that quickly became a joke. According to Reed, Netflix will continue to stream content, while a new company called Qwikster would handle DVD distribution. Unfortunately Netflix/Qwikster haven't acquired…
Netflix wasn't the first to come up with the name Qwikster, which is what they are calling their new/old spinoff DVD company. That distinction goes to a Mr. Jason Castillo, a man with an affinity for bitches and weed.