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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Subscribers’

Netflix Originals Have Been Seen by a Majority of Subscribers

Despite criticism, Netflix has held firm in its decision to forgo traditional reporting techniques when it comes to its original programming. In other words, don’t expect Netflix to give you any “ratings” numbers for House of Cards or Orange Is The New Black. We do know that Orange Is The New Black is Netflix’s most popular show. We also know …

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Netflix Passes HBO in Subscriber Revenue, Still Getting Its Ass Kicked in Other Areas Though

Netflix unveiled solid Q2 earnings a couple weeks ago, also announcing that it had surpassed 50 million global subscribers. Well, another thing happened last quarter. Netflix surpassed HBO in subscriber revenue for the very first time ($1.146 billion to $1.141 billion) – and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is rather excited about it. Post by Reed Hastings. Yeah, the profit thing …

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Hulu Will Make $1 Billion In 2013 Thanks To Its 5 Million Subscribers

After a year in which it was almost sold, Hulu is doing better than ever thanks to the guidance of a new CEO and a stronger focus on new and original content. All of that has helped to catapult the video streaming service to new heights and it expects to pass a significant milestone before the end of the year. …

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Netflix’s Original Content Is Making People Want to Stick Around

In the past year, Netflix has released the Emmy-nominated political drama House of Cards, the Eli Roth-produced horror series Hemlock Grove, and the surprise hit of the summer, Orange Is The New Black. They’re also in the process of adding a bunch of exclusive comedy to their streaming options and are about to premiere season 2 of the less-popular but …

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Netflix Is Now More Popular Than HBO in the U.S.

On Monday, Netflix released their Q1 2013 earnings report and in it they boasted gains of 2.03 million domestic subscribers. This is important for two reasons. First, it boosts their total domestic subscriber base to 29.17 million, continuing a steady subscriber rise that they reported in Q4 2012. And second, it puts them past HBO in terms of total U.S. …

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Netflix Gaining Returning Customers

When Netflix completely altered the services they provide to paying customers last year, something of a minor-to-mass exodus occurred. People weren’t happy about splitting DVD rentals and streaming movies from Netflix Instant into two different options, and so, many rebelled the only way they knew how: canceling their Netflix accounts. Now that the negativity has died down, coupled with the …

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