The average Netflix subscriber streams 87 minutes of video a day—four episodes of a half-hour comedy. We don’t just binge because it’s something to do and we’ve got time to kill. There is something deeper going on....more
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Brian McGreevy has had the kind of dizzying career assent you usually only see, well, in the movies. At 28, he’s already been a working screenwriter for years and had two scripts* on Hollywood’s coveted Black List. This month his first novel, Hemlock Grove, was published by FSG and it’s already on it’s way to becoming an original series for Netflix...more
Netflix signs a two-year agreement with Discovery (renewed, expanded, and non-exclusive).
More on that note, Netflix plans to focus on TV Shows, as they comprise of “60 percent of the video streams viewed by Netflix members.”
“Netflix plans to add social-networking features to its video service....more
Netflix, the largest video service in the world, has its own kind of customer loyalty that no other company is close to matching.
It’s not only upsetting to the small neighborhood video stores, but to big companies like Apple, who use historical events to explain Netflix’s dominance (“Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes famously likened the relentless march of Netflix to the Albanian army’s trying to ‘take over the world.’”) This has everything to do with the contemporary state of media—aggregators instead of content creators are the real money-makers....more
If you’re like me, you grew up running various scenarios about what you’d do if the world were to end. Would you go nuts and run around in a stadium wearing a woman’s slip like the guy in The Quiet Earth?...more