Trei despre filmemiercuri, septembrie 26th, 2012
In the U.S., our content budget is about three times [Amazon’s], and we’ve got about three times more content. And what our customers tell us is they want Netflix to have more content, not to have two-thirds less at a lower price.
CEO-ul Netflix despre competitia cu Amazon, un material WSJ
WSJ: Will Netflix one day be available in every country?
Mr. Hastings: It’s something we certainly hope to do. It’s unclear in the long-term how it might work for us in China. But if you said almost everywhere other than China, I’d be pretty confident we’d be there in less than 10 years.
Din acelasi interviu de la punctul 1
The digital revolution has been tough on traditional channels, diminishing the bookstore, the department store, and the newspaper. Now that cultural content could go directly to the consumer, „disintermediation” was inevitable.
In the movie world, not so much. The bricks and mortar channel survived relatively intact. Yes, peer-to-peer piracy (The Pirate Bay) has had its effect. But if we wanted to watch, and actually pay for a movie in first release, we were obliged to see it in the movie house.
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