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It seems that the Super Bowl weekend debut of Netflix original series House of Cards didn't take away from subscriber curiosity. The show currently the most-watched program on the streaming video service, according to Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
Netflix has signed a deal with Dreamworks Animation to create its first original programming for children with Turbo: F.A.S.T., a show based on one of Dreamworks' upcoming movies.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes actually praised Netflix during today's Q4 2012 earnings call, despite the streaming video service being a rival of his company's premium cable network HBO.
At first glance, it may seem odd that Netflix chose to premiere its first huge original show House of Cards today, leading into Super Bowl weekend.
Books, books, books, and some funding news.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has a track record for making bold decisions about his company based on the prediction of a successful outcome. Here's another example.
Here's something you probably didn't know: Netflix abandoned plans to sell its own streaming "Netflix Player" device just weeks before it hit retail stores. That device would later become the first iteration of Roku's set-top box.
Time Warner Cable isn't happy about Netflix's new "Open Connect" initiative, a separate network ISPs can use to pull data from the streaming video service.
Netflix has reached yet another big programing deal with Warner Bros. today, which should improve the number of children's programming options as well as options for late night hooligans, who enjoy adult cartoons.
Hey, guess what? Your Facebook feed will soon be filled with movie and TV show activity from Netflix's 25 million U.S. subscribers.
With its new profiles feature, Netflix will soon get a lot more personal.
Netflix has signed a new deal with Warner Bros. that will bring a slew relatively current television shows exclusively to the streaming video service, the company announced today.
Amazon retained its industry-leading 88 percent satisfaction score from 2011 in the study, which asked more than 24,000 consumers about their online shopping experiences between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Netflix will let subscribers in the United States connect their profiles to Facebook as soon as President Obama signs a popular bill into law, the company confirmed today.
Looks like last night’s Netflix outages didn’t happen just because too many of us were escaping our families in the warm, familiar glow of bad TV shows. It’s Amazon’s fault. Specifically, Amazon Web Services, and more specifically yet, EC2.
Tons of Netflix subscribers are apparently unable to escape the boredom of hanging out with their family members by streaming movies during Christmas eve.
Soon, Netflix subscribers in the U.S. will be able to connect their accounts with their Facebook profiles thanks to new legislation that was just passed by the senate.
One of the most highly anticipated shows in Netflix's original programing line up is Arrested Development, and now we're hearing word that the video rental service is increasing the number of episodes.
I've often praised Netflix chief exec Reed Hastings for his ability to cut through the jargon and communicate information about his company clearly, and not always through traditionally recognized channels. The SEC does not agree.