It seems a little late for a parody of Amazon's drone video from December, but Netflix has one out. It was uploaded a week ago by Netflix's Paul Johnson (for some reason not yet on the company's official YouTube channel), but it's just starting to get some attention thanks to Hacking Netflix.
"Here at Netflix, we're committed to cutting edge advancements in entertainment," says Hank breeggemann, GM of Netflix's DVD Division, in the video. "From revolutionizing the home video rental market to our industry-leading streaming service with award-winning content. Now we're getting back to our creative roots with our groundbreaking same-day home delivery subscription service 'Drone 2 Home'."
"That's right," he continues."Our fleet of high-tech drones will deliver your disc to you within mere seconds of you adding it to your queue. Unlike other companies trying to rush unproven technology to market, we have literally spent days working out most of the bugs. By enabling location services on your smartphone, the disc can come right to you, wherever you may be."
The end of the video shows the DVD.Netflix.Com brand the company recently announced with its latest earnings report.
According to Engadget, the video was produced for the Netflix DVD division's annual meeting.
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