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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/31/2016 12:46:53 PM
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Re: Not surprising
I sincerely think that would be a possibility only when the competitors come up with super featured efficient streaming services.which appeals to the customer. Because Netflix's customer base is huge.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/31/2016 11:25:39 AM
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Re: Not surprising
Yeah that's why it's super successful. If orrr companies took this approach with content and prices, they would do better themselves.

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faryl
faryl
5/29/2016 1:18:32 AM
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Re: Amazon Prime
Interesting! I wonder if it's just something related to the length ads or something.


(I'm guessing the American viewers are the ones that see less. And we'd be none the wiser if it weren't for the internet!)

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/28/2016 6:15:57 PM
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Re: Not surprising
Very true. It is impossible to not like the options that you have in Netflix and the price is very fair.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/28/2016 6:09:12 PM
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Re: Netflix Frontrunner
Absolutely. Amzing to see the way Netflix is shaping up and growing...

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batye
batye
5/28/2016 5:44:48 PM
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Re: Amazon Prime
@faryl no,No So there are alternate versions of stories about alternate timelines.... I'm saying some part of the show just get deleted, or added depends on the market...

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faryl
faryl
5/28/2016 5:02:38 PM
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Re: Amazon Prime
@batye - Hang on there... are you saying that the content on individual episodes sometimes varies depending on the country it's shown in? (So there are alternate versions of stories about alternate timelines?!)

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freehe
freehe
5/22/2016 7:45:49 PM
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Netflix Frontrunner
I initially disregarded Netflix as a business but not I am a believer. They are truly changing the fact of OTT. This is great, competition is good for the industry. The OTT companies need to keep up or they will be bought out by Netflix or go bankrupt. A year ago Netflix stock price was $80, it is now $92. This proves Netflix is winning.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/22/2016 6:11:52 PM
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Not surprising
Yeah not at all surprised by this poll. Netflix, I think, has done a great job of getting themselves known. I think their prices are fair and they give a lot of good movie and tv show options. It's hard not to find something you love on there.

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vnewman
vnewman
5/19/2016 12:40:13 PM
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Re: Amazon Prime
Interestingly enough, I just read that Netflix has flipped the script as "Narcos" will start airing on Univision later this year.  Why would Netflix send folks back to cable services?

It turns out to be a pretty strategic move actually, they are apparently using it as a promotional tool to help bolster its presence among Hispanics in the US, according to various sources.  Then the hope is, people will get hooked and sign up for Netflix in order to watch Season 2, which they plan to offer exclusively.  

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