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clrmoney
clrmoney
6/10/2016 3:41:07 PM
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netflix devices
Netflix does big business and you would think TV would be in the lead because of CD's etc. but it is smartphones. They they will offer more services with the apps and decies they have available to the public going into the future.

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afwriter
afwriter
6/10/2016 6:00:57 PM
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Averages
"Averaged out across the globe, the total number of devices equated to four devices per household."

Who has a negative amount of devices to average out my household?  And yes Netflix is on every single one of them. 


Also, along with a few of the other big players like Vudu and Amazon, remotes are starting to come standard with a Netflix button to expidite your Netflix viewing process. 

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vnewman
vnewman
6/10/2016 6:48:10 PM
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Re: Averages
Those are pretty impressive numbers and it seems like it will only grow - I just wonder why Netflix stock is continually on the decline then?

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afwriter
afwriter
6/10/2016 6:55:57 PM
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Re: Averages
My guess is that the amount of money that they are putting into original programming is not getting the ROI that investors want yet.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
6/11/2016 8:23:29 AM
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Re: Averages
Lol! Surely there must be a few people out there with these negative devices! ;-) Even in my household we're already at 4 devices, and that's just between my husband and I. Our oldest is just about ready to out grow his LeapPad - and my husband is ready for a new tablet. So we'll probably pass the old one down to my oldest, and the LeapPad down to the youngest when he finally decides on what he wants. Then we'll be at 5, I don't even want to know how many we'll end up with when they're teenagers. And like you, they all have Netflix. More than that, my 3 year old knows all his shows on Netflix and where to find them. I actually like the large selection, including of older shows, Netflix has. Once they roll out all the Disney movies in September, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see that number jump.

 

 

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clrmoney
clrmoney
6/11/2016 10:53:25 AM
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connected devices
I not that TV was the lowest percentage when I thibk they should have beena little higher in ranks.

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Michelle
Michelle
6/12/2016 5:11:16 PM
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Market share across devices
This number isn't surprising at all. Netflix has done a very good job connecting its service to devices across platforms.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
6/12/2016 7:52:14 PM
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Re: Averages
The question is one of value--I have Netflix on my ROKU, Amazon FireStick & My Amazon Fire Tablet--but will I watch it?   Will I walk away with original Amazon Productions?    Being available is one thing--traffic is another.   That's the challenge.

 

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 1:58:20 AM
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Re: netflix devices
@clrmoney soon cd/dvd gonna be things of the past as everywhere Digital Media....

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 2:12:50 AM
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Re: Averages
@afwriter I would say Amazon and Netflix poping everywhere... almost on all devices, including even new prototype gaming 3D platforms...

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