The total number of Netflix subscribers fell from 24.59 million to 23.79 million during the third quarter of the year, following consumer upset about prices hikes and the split between the streaming and DVD businesses.
Netflix has given confirmation that it will launch its service in the UK and Ireland from early 2012.
Netflix recently published a list of the ten most rented movies of all time and this got the people at the TorrentFreak web site thinking; what are the most downloaded movies on BitTorrent?
Netflix has scrapped plans to spin-off the DVD rental business from its online video service. No more Qwikster, writes Reed Hastings on the Netflix blog, following a barrage of complaints from Netflix customers.
VIDEO. US satellite DTH operator Dish Network has announced that it will start to offer streaming movies and TV series under the Blockbuster brand. The new service aims to compete with Netflix.
More and more TV viewers in the US have said they plan to drop traditional pay-TV services in the coming months. 4% plan to do so in the next 12 months, according to a survey by Credit Suisse.
US online video and DVD delivery service Netflix is splitting into two separate entities, writes Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO, Netflix, in his blog. The announcement comes amid much uproar about recent price-hikes.
A Spanish language service could start as early as January 2012 in Spain, according to Pedro Perez, president of the local producers association FAPAE, speaking to Screen Daily. A UK launch could also be on the cards, but the company refuses to comment.
Netflix has announced it will expand to 43 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean later this year, offering unlimited TV shows and movies streaming instantly over the internet to TVs and computers for one monthly subscription price.
The age of internet video is upon us, according to a case study about Netflix carried out by Sandvine. “Subscribers have clearly embraced the Netflix streaming service, fundamentally altering the internet landscape. Furthermore, the success of Netflix’ expansion into Canada suggests that it is not a phenomenon localised to the US.”