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  • Netflix’s Sarandos Says Video Service Eyeing Film Projects
    Monday November 04th 2013

    Netflix Inc. (NFLX), the world’s largest streaming subscription service, is evaluating potential film projects and suggested its programming budget would increase if the company expands into original movies. “We’re keeping our minds wide open in terms of what these projects will look like,” Ted Sarandos, chief content officer, said today at “The Business of Entertainment,” an event in Los Angeles sponsored by Bloomberg and the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • Is the future of reality TV people baking cakes, watching TV?
    Sunday November 03rd 2013

    Among the delights emanating from television tonight is Extreme Cheapskates (TLC, 9 p.m.), a show described by TLC as one that aims to “follow some of the most peculiar self-proclaimed frugalistas as they go to radical lengths, day by day, to save and preserve their money and possessions.”

  • Netflix’s third-quarter earnings tumble amid global expansion
    Friday November 01st 2013

    Netflix Inc. reported a dramatic 88% drop in its third-quarter earnings, as the movie subscription service continues to invest in global expansion. The company logged just $7.7 million in net income for the quarter ended Sept. 30, down from $62.5 million the same time a year earlier. Revenue rose to $905.1 million, up 10% from a year ago. Netflix’s streaming service gained 2 million members, bringing the number of worldwide members to 29 million.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • Netflix’s Sarandos Says Video Service Eyeing Film Projects
    Monday November 04th 2013

    Netflix Inc. (NFLX), the world’s largest streaming subscription service, is evaluating potential film projects and suggested its programming budget would increase if the company expands into original movies. “We’re keeping our minds wide open in terms of what these projects will look like,” Ted Sarandos, chief content officer, said today at “The Business of Entertainment,” an event in Los Angeles sponsored by Bloomberg and the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • Is the future of reality TV people baking cakes, watching TV?
    Sunday November 03rd 2013

    Among the delights emanating from television tonight is Extreme Cheapskates (TLC, 9 p.m.), a show described by TLC as one that aims to “follow some of the most peculiar self-proclaimed frugalistas as they go to radical lengths, day by day, to save and preserve their money and possessions.”

  • Netflix’s third-quarter earnings tumble amid global expansion
    Friday November 01st 2013

    Netflix Inc. reported a dramatic 88% drop in its third-quarter earnings, as the movie subscription service continues to invest in global expansion. The company logged just $7.7 million in net income for the quarter ended Sept. 30, down from $62.5 million the same time a year earlier. Revenue rose to $905.1 million, up 10% from a year ago. Netflix’s streaming service gained 2 million members, bringing the number of worldwide members to 29 million.

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Archives for: November 20135
  • Netflix’s Sarandos Says Video Service Eyeing Film Projects
    Monday November 04th 2013

    Netflix Inc. (NFLX), the world’s largest streaming subscription service, is evaluating potential film projects and suggested its programming budget would increase if the company expands into original movies. “We’re keeping our minds wide open in terms of what these projects will look like,” Ted Sarandos, chief content officer, said today at “The Business of Entertainment,” an event in Los Angeles sponsored by Bloomberg and the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • Is the future of reality TV people baking cakes, watching TV?
    Sunday November 03rd 2013

    Among the delights emanating from television tonight is Extreme Cheapskates (TLC, 9 p.m.), a show described by TLC as one that aims to “follow some of the most peculiar self-proclaimed frugalistas as they go to radical lengths, day by day, to save and preserve their money and possessions.”

  • Netflix’s third-quarter earnings tumble amid global expansion
    Friday November 01st 2013

    Netflix Inc. reported a dramatic 88% drop in its third-quarter earnings, as the movie subscription service continues to invest in global expansion. The company logged just $7.7 million in net income for the quarter ended Sept. 30, down from $62.5 million the same time a year earlier. Revenue rose to $905.1 million, up 10% from a year ago. Netflix’s streaming service gained 2 million members, bringing the number of worldwide members to 29 million.

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