40 Burst results for "NETFLIX"

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

00:33 min | 37 min ago

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Who? Weekly

"I'm so done with all the things i could have been and no you wanted to. All it takes. Is that one. Do you cross the line. And it's time to say a few next up we have d- smoke. Who is another rapper. He's from inglewood has probably the most interesting background and the most fun background because she was a spanish teacher at public school and then he went on rhythm and flow that netflix show. That was really really good. He won rhythm and flow so he was the winner of the cardi b. Sort of like american idol freia pop. That's so that's like amazing that that really speaks to that show. When's the last time you saw like a voice or like american idol or whatever person kind of like out here on this list or whatever. He's really good saying like that's that's a show that like people like didn't gave somebody the light to you. Know the glow up the help to push them to this direction. That's add then clip of his song. Here i think play the one. That's awesome new snoop is featured in it. It's really really good and also attention to the fact that part of it is in spanish. Because he was a spanish teacher..

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Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

Jason and Alexis

00:47 sec | 20 hrs ago

Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

"Dave Chappelle. I found this interesting. Dave Chappelle, who obviously has a good relationship with the executives over there at Netflix. Met with them and ask them. Because of his deal to take down to remove Chappelle show from the library and Netflix said, sure took it down. Um, on, Dave said, quote. They they are CBS Viacom. They didn't have to pay me because I signed the contract. But is that right? I found out that these people were streaming my work and they never had to ask me or they never have to tell me perfectly legal because I signed the contract. But is that right? I didn't think so either, And that's why I like working for Netflix.

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Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:04 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"Butler KCBS it's the season of bake cookies and watch holiday movies. But what exactly will that look like for us this year? KCBS is Carrie, who Gazette reports. The covert 19 pandemic is causing some people not to turn on those films at all. For some, it can be a grim reminder of what life was like before we entered a global pandemic. Tim Gray, senior vice president of Variety, points out movies that were made before this year show no social distancing. My God. They're sitting so close to each other and say, Look how often they're touching each other. You know it is things we we didn't really think about before. Others will still watch their classic favorites because the messages of hope and redemption still apply here jerking moment or two, eh? So it's gonna be even more touching because it's reminding us of things the way they used to be, and we don't know when it's going to be that way again. A lot of annual traditions like traveling to see family will be broken. This year. But one thing that is helping is streaming services like Netflix that are allowing folks to watch movies with loved ones. Virtually some people will be doing that for me. I think a lot of people are not aware of it yet, but I think by next year people are gonna be very aware of it carried a SEC. KCBS City Clara County has joined the legal effort to challenge the Trump administration's move to exclude undocumented immigrants from this year's census count. The county led a coalition of local governments by filing a brief with the U. S Supreme Court this month challenging a July memorandum issued by the Trump Administration. The memorandum would remove the count of undocumented immigrants from the census, effectively denying congressional seats and funding from states with large populations of undocumented residents. Santa Clara County filed an amicus brief on behalf of 20 local governments represented in that case. Though a guiding the return from distance learning is his most obvious immediate concern. New contract cost A community College District Chancellor Brian Reese says his long term mission holds much more recess. Community colleges are the ideal place to promote social justice to empower people to share this nation's wealth and to close the equity gap. He also says community colleges are already doing the lion's share of Starting disadvantaged students on the path.

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Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

The Fighter And The Kid

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

"Sure you guys have seen this. But dave chappelle released a eighteen minute clip yesterday basically talking about the chapelle show and how he signed his right to weigh in a contract and lawyers helping him and everything but they still signed away all of his rights. I show that he created and this video is basically him saying because he worked so closely with netflix. He asked him to take the dave chapelle show off of their streaming platform. Because it didn't make him feel good that he's not getting paid for the show that right now asking people to boycott the dave chapelle show and they're gonna do it right Until he's compensated. Whose fans are going to pay much money. They've made off of that. I may just throw it well. He paid them. What but throw him some bone for his show is insane man.

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Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:09 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Who? Weekly

"Which really meant they were against crimes against other people because it was really dangerous time a lot of people who spoke their minds for disappearing and endanger a climate for many years they try to help some people and got caught they snuck into the venezuelan embassy in santiago and class island after being in hiding for six months after finding people were looking for them. Know it's a very harrowing story. It's very cool anyway. So then he left and he kind of lived all over the world in san antonio whenever i think he ended up in los angeles the other person that the caller mentioned. We have talked about boyd. Hold on sorry. I bring up boyd holbrook sooner than later but like i want to say like never forget this but honestly forget it immediately. This is the number one thing you should forget that. He was engaged briefly to elizabeth olsen. Because they were in that movie together very good girls. Huge flop. Not very good where she was in she was alongside dakota fanning and he played this random. Hot guy that they fought over okay. We're talking about wagner. And it's like oh. He had to learn spanish to be pablo escobar eighty. What are these awards in. It's like pedroia has very interesting history and it's like what is there to know about boyd. Holbrook he used to be engaged to elizabeth. Also he's been another stuff but he but he would have in gone girl. He played a guy named jeff. But i already forgot who i saw somebody else. Who's jeff. yeah you know what else. He did what he was in the qube fugitive. He was the qube future. That's such a sad like he was liquidity. If you ask thing to like no. I know anyway anyway. Okay next call another netflix's call bobby medium time long time. I wonder if the impossible is maybe charting on netflix. Because of like a really affecting all mysteries episode about the synopsys in japan. I don't know if creditor reach i feel like the unsolved mysteries. We always talk lists netflix. And so maybe that's the connection people just go like saddam. He's and then that'd be watch more. I don't know in any case when don't belong and balloons that's so smart. It's gotta be this has to be. I didn't watch this episode of unsolved mysteries. I did it was so sad. That's why i skipped it. You said skip it. Because it's of the new drop of unsolved the first drop of unsolved. Okay you're being less polite than i'm being but i do love An intra okay again. Talking about netflix and intranet flicks connection. But i wonder because was this episode with an a tv show. It's not like it. Served you the impossible after that episode. It's just served you the next episode. But maybe it served you that after the full season of unsold or maybe it wasn't even serving. It was just google because what you do when you watch unsolved mysteries you google. And if you're googling soon nami the impossible's definitely going to come up as like the the major dramatization of that event so whether or not it was manually looking up stuff about the su- nami or if it was served i don't think is necessarily important just knowing that both of those things are on netflix. I think as is enough for me to say that's the reason that's it. I'm bobby unjust own. And i just thought to the story. The pit The fake brad pitt. Catfish and bad brad. Ticketing sued and fever dr sale. So i think i was sick or something. There was this girl and she was obsessed with One of the detroit good charlotte and goes joel and She was just like like her life is like in like she was not able to live because she was so obsessed with him and her mom brought her. Dr often fellows like listen weedy like got drill here to tell you the truth and like get caught two joel the video of him and he was like hey like totally understandably love good charlotte definitely see where you're coming from but we're never going to be together like i'm married to nicole. Regina wave is nicole children like it's just not going to happen for us. But i appreciate your and then like the video ends and dr phil and he was like would you have to say and it costs to her and she was just like a late. She's growing and she's like he knows who i am. Now i think definitely the same had base About this lady isn't doing brad pitt. She's like he knows who i am. Now if the ball is rolling like we're gonna get married so Yeah i think you're bringing out memory This just tickled me. Because i was like well. You have to find this clip. It was so it was impossible to find. I finally found the clip and it was someone recording their television in two thousand eight joel madden joel madden obsessed. It has one thousand nine hundred views. And it's dr phil just cuts to the video of joel. List it's not the greatest quality audio because again it's twelve years old and filmed with the old old camera filming a television but listen. Someone has a special message for you. Say dr phil robins hikers. Then i heard you're a big fan of me and my band. Good charlotte and i just wanna say. Thank you but trust me. I'm very boring boyfriend. I mean don't get me wrong. I was good guy. But when i'm home not out where you maybe see me working doing music up pretty boring. I'm online thing video games from surfing the internet. And i think that you would. You would probably actually like my newsweek less out at home. And i want you to death so be glad you're not my girlfriend. Glad but thank you for like interviews again. I hope you get through your relation successfully. And i'm rooting for you. I don't want to able you. But i do want you to watch that few times. Okay okay what she sitting there is like. I said my name sixty forty. But that's the thing is it's only encouraging her like. Does this help cure your obsession. And she's like now. Now he knows who i am no now as the caller said she is be after. This video. plays a weird thing is dr. phil did a weird performance with joel madden and the rest of good charlotte for jimmy. Kimmel years ago alerts. Good charlotte dr phil and you. Just get this weird video of them. Like performing together on the show and a tweet of dr phil sharing a photo of them onstage. Together in front of the american flag and dr phil tweets. I'm here to rock this bitch. It's really strange. So they have some sort of long connection dr phil and joel madden. Hate it okay. I personally hate it. Let's move on to questions. Gathering friends and family for thanksgiving might be challenging this year. It might be impossible. I know i'm not doing thanksgiving lindsay's not doing thanksgiving but nope but that doesn't mean we can't feel close with people same thing we'll go for christmas or whatever holidays you celebrate later this year. It's going to be tough to be around. People probably not going to happen at all..

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Amazon Web Services Hit by Outage

Papa and Lund

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Amazon Web Services Hit by Outage

"Massive Cloud Computing service has been having issues today with an outage caused by its kinesis data processing service. Amazon says they have identified the root cause and are working to resolve the issue among the services that have been impacted Amazons Ring Roque Ooh software maker. Auto Desk targets Ship delivery service. And even New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Now major Amazon Web services. Customers, Customers, including including Apple, Apple, Slack Slack and and Netflix, Netflix, do do not not appear appear to to be be effective. effective. A A

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Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:26 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Thank you so much buddy. Hey everybody how are you. It's tall john cheer. This is a mini episode and boy. Oh boy we have a lot of fun stuff to go over with you. Here's the deal people you've never listened to the show on these episodes. It's me by myself. Sometimes i'm joined by. Jason sometimes joined by june. But right now. I'm by myself. I'm in a closet. It's about one in the morning on a monday. We're on lockdown in l. a. It's thanksgiving week and you know what i'm happy to be here. I'm very very happy to be here with you all Speaking of which thanksgiving coming up holidays are coming up next month. And i think you've probably noticed a trend going on. I know i have that. People are checking their houses out early for the holidays this year. I mean i've seen trees up. I've seen lights up. I've seen wreaths ready to go and you know what. How did this get made wants to join in the holiday fund. Because we're going to do to live shows just like the cats show we're going to do to live shows and they're going to both happen in december december eleventh and december eighteenth and they're both going to be holiday movies people. We are going deep into the holidays this month. So i'll tell you a little bit about that These live shows are tremendously fund You can watch them forty eight hours after we record or watch it live or up to forty eight hours after we record Wants to get is fifteen bucks if you want to buy tickets for both. It's twenty five so not a bad deal at all. And it's not ticket per person obviously ticket per household so fifteen bucks and you can invite over fifty people if you want. I mean that would be a bummer. 'cause than we only got fifteen bucks but Yes that's how it works I love this deal two different movies over the course of the week. You get to watch A wonderful melissa. Joan hart film called. I believe a nutty christmas. And the other on is the night before christmas. K n i g h t with vanessa. Hudgens one's lifetime film. One is a A netflix film. And people tell you you can find out all this information and more by just going to h d t dot com. That's our official website. You can find out where the tickets are and everything like that. Thank you everybody for watching. The documentary recently made. I made a documentary on Disney plus the series is called marvel. Six one six. And i got such tremendously nice feedback. So thank you so so much. I hope you get the check it out this weekend if you haven't already but it about me trying to make it big in hollywood and start marvel franchise so hopefully check it out my episode. It's called lost and found And also thank you for everyone showing up to the live twitch shows that's right me and rob hubel To show every thursday. Adam pally. And i did a show where we go over. People's twitter drafts Our good friend owen. Burke did a show with me where we did a taste test with a bunch. Comedians who've been doing fun weird stuff over on twitch of you are on twitch come and say hey but you don't have to be on twitch. It's just like cuban people who will i don't get twitch. How do i get it. I don't have an account. You'll have to have an account it's youtube just called twitch twitch dot tv slash paul scheer you can watch it all. I guarantee it's scary anyway. we're gonna get into cats in a little bit. We're also going to tell you the movie that will be doing in the next episode in a little bit after that but before we. I don't know unpack all of that louis chicken with you. Let me see how you're doing right now. Okay because i know that this is a trying time and we need to turn to each other for help on how to get through it. And that's why. I have set up the paul help. Line love.

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Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

Forum

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

"Is about a chess prodigy named Beth Harmon, who takes on the male dominated world of chess in the 19 sixties. It's sparking renewed interest in the game to the point of making chest. That's AH hot ticket items selling out in stores. It's also highlighting how the world of professional chess has historically excluded women and people of color. We'll talk with a panel of chess

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Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

00:40 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "netflix" discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Okay christian let's see. We have these divided into a few different categories. And let me start off with something. Okay how about a this question service one from suzanne. Suzanne wants to know. How do you and emily decide. What movie to watch my boyfriend. And i also love watching movies together but we are often thwarted by our inability to select the movie from one of our many streaming services. This is a question that i ponder often and i feel like that i am very much paralyzed by the choices available that there was a good episode of The netflix series master of none where this topic was about about when the when you have unlimited choice. How do you make a selection. Oh this is a great question. I saw this. And i'm like you know that. That sounds just like me and emily actually. It's almost the running joke in our home that like will go onto a streaming service and i will. I will have remote. And i would just be skimming through movies and nothing white. It's exactly what i need. And if if there is all kinds of account noted my mind. But i'll keep searching. Then i'll forget about that. Thing that i that i thought might be a fun fun movie that we watch. So this really. I really relate to that so when the the the the problem of having too many choices this is a. I feel it too so the easiest way that i deal with any of this is actually when you have randomized selections. Okay oh so. I remember one time i literally more or less. Roll the dice at a on a computer and you know i pick a number between one in like a thousand or something and we picked a movie based on that i think otherwise you never would right and so we're this really works. Well is on like youtube. Where emily and i have really been real more into just finding new youtube channels recently. And we'll just leave the auto play on and might find something related to what we like account always but that's what that's what we'll do so a lot letting take getting off. Some of the control is one way to have a selection made. Yeah that's very interesting. Because i feel like that. That has always been a thing with music of like okay. Here are all the songs that i like. And then shuffle go ahead. I don't want to have to decide what song i'm gonna listen to next. Here's all the songs i like. You pick That's interesting to have that assigned to movies. And there's a american robots is been t- modest three minutes mortgage realize. This is something that actually we have to do with in algorithms and robotics a lot to that you know if you put in front of me rob like a bunch of movies and i'm like odds are just going to gravitate to the same one. I like over and over again. I'm not afraid to rewatch things i i. That's my habits i like. Here's the thing i really love. I'll go to that. And you know. And it gives me some joy and i know it's going to some afraid of that uncertainty. That this new thing. I might not like so much and so i actually need to force myself to get more variety. It's the same thing in in in algorithms that when you give like a if you had.

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Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

"Series, The Queen's gambit is making competitive chess school chess Grandmaster and world champion Garry Kasparov made sure that the onscreen matches were the real deal. I knew that players even just amateurs will be able to look at the positions and identify whether it's yours or not Gary Kasparov on the Queen's gambit on the world.

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Review: The Crown Season 4

Ringer Dish

07:25 min | 2 d ago

Review: The Crown Season 4

"Let's move on onto the crown. It's been about ten days most people who loved the crowd. I think we're done with the season. Sadly one of the season five do you know now for two years. Yeah because they filmed the two seasons together together usually with the cast. Because i think it's easier on production and then also with the cova of it all. I don't know when they will be able to start production so that there was a two year break between seasons two and three and i think there'll be more to your break. Who will you miss the most which actor being extremely honest. It's going to be joshua crowder for. I really am what a monster charles becomes in the second half of season four. And what an effect josh o'connor still has me. It's really quite something. I said this via text by the scene episode austrailia when they do the kind of the ballroom dance for the show which is a real event. I've seen a lot of side. By sides of the they got the close. Perfectly matched was so charming. I don't understand why all men don't learn how to dance ballroom dance because it was like ninety seconds and i'm sold completely infatuated. He can do whatever just absolutely despicable entitled selfish things. He wants to do for the rest of the season. And i'm like oh but this guy really charming. It's it's pretty sad. What happened with him and his family. Don't you think how about the australia episode again. Catch the chris ryan on the watch. Yes i thought it was effective. My i don't wanna say my struggle. Let me just say season for masterpiece. Love the show love all four seasons. Great great television will watch again. Can't wait it. This is a show about the crown. And honor show about princess diana and i know that intellectually but i hid obviously been waiting for the diana's season my whole life that sometimes i wanted a little bit more diana or just like there is a lot more to be told obviously it would be told from her perspective and it would just be a different show so i i hate criticism when they're like the show. Were another show. The australia episode was. I thought a very well done like condensation of the entire diana phenomenon into one also and in reality that like happened over a span of years and the up stage effect and everything that they kinda that they illustrate was was very real but develops over time. And it's like the media plays more of a role. And i think there is like a lot more stuff between charles and diana and you know there's all this stuff with What's going on with diana and her believe me and her family is shown and handled pretty sensitively but not always developed from her side. If that makes any sense yeah. I think if you also you read about her her mental health struggles were like it. Very extensive and it was went beyond believe me and i thought that like it was handled well but also like i think it's worth noting that there is also many other episodes throughout her life or at least heard adult life. Yeah exactly and i understand why because they are as loop says in the very last scene of the season. This is a show about one woman. And it's not diana it's about elizabeth and it's about that institution so and you could do one hundred episodes of the eighties in the uk. Like there's so much going on. So i understand the choices that they had to make narrative in order to fit it all in and i thought it did paint a like a pretty thorough picture. But i'm always gonna want more. I just really didn't care for her monologue on the plane about the baby. Not that i thought it was like. I'm not like she's wrong but i just thought that was like emigrants were seen. I was just like this is working for me. But i thought that the stuff with charles's was pretty good. Yeah i think. I continue to think. I'm a porn is like astonishing and i've been thinking a lot about what you said about how you're not a the huge a fan but that the performance kind of stuck out to you and i get and i think that that is really perceptive and for me kinda part of what makes it work. I don't want to say it's like intention early. But diana did not fit in to this family. It was like different energy. A different vibe. And there's a great line in the queen. Which is the peter morgan. movie about. Princess princess diana's death and the week after it. Which i recommend starring helen mirren great stuff as sort of like great crown prerequisite or if he also available on netflix. Right now justify But the character in the queen says you have to remember that there. Diana are diana or two completely different people. And i think the performance captures a lot of that and like the scene. Went diana's trying to hug the queen and they're they're talking at each other and it's not just that they have philosophical emotional differences but they just come from different worlds. they have different emotions different energies. It's like total total mismatch. And that's definitely part of the problem. So when she is making her stands are expressing her. Diana s. sometimes it's really heartbreaking and sometimes are like what are you doing. This is completely wrong as encapsulated that julia did not worry me about which i appreciate from spoiler episode perspective but from a personal perspective. The phantom of the opera video cassette was hilarious and excruciating and. I do think the first time. I like fully pulled the blanket up over my head when watching it. I didn't actually watch it. The first time i had to just kind of sit like that and know that it would end soon and then i read wound to watch the facial expressions that is bisciste. Yeah and i you know i don't. I don't think that happened in relaxed. Maybe it did. I've never read it. And i think i would remember it but really the billion joel performance israel israel. Yeah and it in caps elites. Maybe i think that poor diana who had a lot going on and as you said like a lot of mental health issues and believe me and didn't have any support like her family was not very helpful or totally absent in the case of the crown. But there were also some things that just really ideologies didn't align how about that and and that scene shows you why who it really is just like so much. I can't believe we're only gonna get one season about mc oran. I feel like i m not like her biggest fan but also feel like switching the diana character after one season. I don't. I'm not really in favor of but Must be a fairly significant time job. i'm curious to see how season five goes

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Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

WBBM Late Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Netflix Series Has Made Chess a Hit Again

"Story centered on the chess world is now a streaming sensation. Netflix series. The Queen's gambit hit a record 62 million views in less than a month since its release, making it the streamers biggest limited scripted series ever. It's the fictional story of Beth Harmon, an orphan chess prodigy laid by American, British Argentina, Nia Taylor Joy and said in the sixties The series is also sent sales for chessboards soaring, establishing a whole new way to pass the pandemic. Netflix and chest

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Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

"North America. Plan will expand its existing studio complex in New Mexico and commit to an additional $1 billion in production spending. 10 New stages Post production services offices mills back lots and other infrastructure would add to Netflix is growing campus on the southern edge of Albuquerque, Maryland based McCormack is nearing a deal to buy hot sauce

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Ken Jennings to host first 'Jeopardy!' episodes when production resumes

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Ken Jennings to host first 'Jeopardy!' episodes when production resumes

"Will start taping next week, the first two film after the death of longtime host Alex Trebek show announcing that jeopardy super champ Ken Jennings will be the first in the series of interim guest hosts will get more names at a later date. Show. Producer Mike Richards says that Trebek always wanted the show to go on without him and the honor his legacy by continuing to produce the game he loved. Alex Trebek died two weeks ago of cancer at the age of 80, a star studded new movie on Netflix.

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Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

America's First News

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

"Plans to establish one of the largest production hubs in North America, with an expansion of existing studio complex in New Mexico and a commitment to an additional one billion in production spending. 10 new stages, Post production services offices, mills back lots and you name it. It's all being added to Netflix is growing campus on the southern edge of Albuquerque, Aside from construction jobs that projects slated to result in 1000 production jobs over the next decade. Netflix first marked its presence in New Mexico in 2018 when it announced it was buying Albuquerque Studios and pledged a billion dollars in spending over a decade. At the time, government officials saw the move as a transformative victory for the state that has struggled to lessen its reliance on federal funding and oil and gas development.

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Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico

"One of the largest production hubs in North America and plans to expand its existing studio complex in New Mexico and commit to an additional $1 billion in production spending. 10 new stages, Post production services offices, mills back lots and other infrastructure would be added to Netflix growing campus on the southern edge of Albuquerque, Maryland based McCormack

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General Motors recalling 5.9 million vehicles to replace Takata airbags

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

General Motors recalling 5.9 million vehicles to replace Takata airbags

"And SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata airbag Inflaters. Announcement comes after a government order to recall six million vehicles here in the U. S. GM had petitioned the government to avoid a recall, but regulators said the inflators still pose a risk of exploding. Recall covers some vehicles from the 2007 to 2014 model years in the Chevy Silverado, suburban Tahoe Avalanche and Cadillac Escalade brands, as well as some GMC Sierras and Yukons correspondent Mark Rebel Lord one Netflix

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Princess Diana’s brother speaks out about portrayal in ‘The Crown’

NBC Nightly News

01:18 min | 3 d ago

Princess Diana’s brother speaks out about portrayal in ‘The Crown’

"Diana's brother speaking out as the new season of the crown as putting her private life back in the spotlight kelly. Kobe has more on the controversy. It's family drama on a scale. But princess diana's brother says the diana and charles. You see in the netflix series. The crown aren't real americans. Tell me they've watched the crown taking a history lesson. Well they haven't in an eye tv interview airing last weekend. Diana's brother says the crown's producers asked to film diana's childhood home said obviously not. yeah. I feel very passionately that i have a role to on memory. It comes at the same time as it. New investigation into how the bbc got this explosive interview with diana in one thousand nine hundred five when the princess went public about her troubled relationship with prince. Charles well there were three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded now. The journalist martin bashir is accused of using fake bank statements to show diana ross. Employees is being paid to spy on her and to convince her to talk the. Bbc's says it's taking the allegations seriously martin bashir who worked for abc and msnbc hasn't commented but an internal investigation in nineteen ninety-six found. He'd done nothing

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Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

Trina Talk

05:15 min | 4 d ago

Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

"Welcome lynn torino talk. Oh three nine thrilled to be here. Thank you well. I am happy to have you. We connected on linked in. And i feel like i know you. We've had some conversations back and forth so i'm just so happy that you're on the show with today. I know i know that's a wonderful thing about link then is it can be such an incredible way to connect genuinely connected with people but you know so. Many people do it wrong. I mean let's like totally back. I won't say it wrong. I know what you mean. Because that's how i feel too. Yes i know. But we're going to just talk about you today. And i was so excited to talk with you because i am a leader and i love leadership and that's like your superpower right leadership and i just i'm looking at your your bile and you you know you help. People provide sales and leadership To move faster to grow faster and achieve their goals and you were an executive in corporate. So tell me about yourself. What made you decide to start doing this on your own. Yeah so I a little bit about myself. I began my professional current sales. And i believe that everyone should have sales training because sales is leadership. You learn everything you need to know to be an incredible leader through sales So i'm really stand really firm believer in sales training for everyone. It doesn't matter if you're trying to sell yourself to get a new job or you're trying to sell your idea to for a process improvement. You know to your boss. I mean whatever it is or a solution to the board that you want to invest in for the organization so everyone is selling in fact heck we sell to our kids about what they're going to have for dinner at night or two hours significant other about what we're gonna watch on netflix. So you're selling or negotiating all the time and so about me. And how i got into this so i was sort of at a turning point. A number of things occurred at the same time in my life so a startup. I had in the coo was failing And my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. And so i had this moment and my daughter was going to be going becoming a senior in high school and outside my two nieces one was in graduate school and the other was an undergrad. So a sort of all these things. That are happening. This convergence and i took that moment after my two week. Pity party To say what. Do i want to be doing moving. And you know what is going to really fill my life with passion and know be able to do something that matters. And that's when i decided to create My business t to queen and spent a year working on the book putting everything together We also spent the year with my husband's health condition. And you know really being becoming his advocate and being very aggressive his treatment so his original six months to one year diagnosis ended up three years. Delivered for three years and So it was know really at some ways. It was a really difficult time but it was also a time for me to really refocus my energy and look forward. Wow thank you for sharing that story with me and my condolences about your husband but you know you were able to get more time with him so that that's what matters so just diving into that. You know you were a ceelo for a company and all these things started happening and it's nothing like having all hell to break at the same time to make you say okay. I gotta do something differently you know. Is it always seems like it happens that way. But i'm looking at like petit first solo petite to queen. I love that name. Tell me how you came up with that. I love it. Well you know. Because i wanted a name to represent that i don't care if you have purple hair. I don't care where you worship. I don't care you know what you love or whom is all about. You know you as an individual as a genuine person. And how do we celebrate all women and and of course all people but i especially wanted because of the three young amazing women in my life. I wanted to be there to help. Women move forward instead of you know coming to the equation out of college and all the training we get. We still have been so trained to be quiet to be polite and sit in the backseat and we have to learn. All new skills to be successful in the workplace

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Dolly Parton's 'Christmas on the Square' premieres this weekend on Netflix

WREC Programming

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Dolly Parton's 'Christmas on the Square' premieres this weekend on Netflix

"A friend, Dolly Parton Film Christmas on the square premieres this weekend on Netflix, The country music legend plays a Rhinestone clad angel. The story is told through 14 of dollars original songs, including the title track. It premieres on Sunday, CIA has announced the release of her new album, The

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Counting Briberies in Elections

Data Skeptic

05:09 min | 6 d ago

Counting Briberies in Elections

"My name is nicholas vermont. I'm a second year student from your berlin and germany. Where i'm part of the research. Group makes in computational complexity led by professor. Well thank you so much for coming on the show. Could you tell us a little bit more about your phd work. What specific areas in complexity. Are you focused on. So i'm mostly working on questions. From the area of collective decision making and decision decision-making someone relative for different settings or scenario spare group of come together and have different than maybe conflicting opinions about assignments. And where we want to of find compromise alternative for not that makes everyone happy tour. Let's say fair extent and i am lies. Questions from this area from mostly yet stogie says complexity theoretical and algorithmic point of view. I'm aware that there are some aspects of multi agent systems that frame it in a game. Theoretic context may be decision theoretic approaches. Does that overlap. Or is that separate from your interest so we are not really doing mhm. Let's say close related to classical multi agent systems but. Interestingly kind of the work that i am doing this collective decision theory field. This summer became a sub field of mostly agent system. At least if you look at the conference with we published usually published multi agent system conferences and agents. System is are always Netflix which we have in mind. So a lot of these collective decision making scenarios also hidden in classically in some multi agent systems. Some of this as well highlighted in the main paper. I want to invite you on to discuss. Which is titled on the robustness of winners counting briberies in elections a lot of things to unpack there. I guess maybe this is the first time i ever had a bribery formalized a mathematical way. So could we start with that. How do we quantify bribery so when it comes to elections bribery is kind of a pretty natural and also white developments to problem and what we aim here for is the model that we have in mind is we have to get like and we have bribe who wants to achieve a second goal in the clintons election. It's usually win the election or preventing some from winning village. So this the golden that the bribery hasn't bribe knows kind of richly. And then we give the bribery typically a given budget. So let's say he's allowed to delete ten votes. And then the computational question that we have the mind is possible for the bribe's to pick like ten votes in the election smartly into delete them such that he achieved his goal for example making the candidate. It wouldn't be gotcha. So i'm you know we've just finished up an election my country here in the us. There was a republican and a democrat. Who were running an in many other people. If you very resource and could manipulate the elections may be you could have pulled it towards one of the two major party winners but if you had done enough manipulation third party One that would have been quite unprecedented by our country standards. How do we measure that distance. That i like. It's intuitively there. How can we quantify something like that. So this question. I told you about mind and you can also obviously ask for the minimum number of operations at the bribery needs. So if you have again election my goal and then the question is now how much budget to any any votes to to be able to enter to be able to delete to realize michael and if you do this for every can that separately you will like it for every candidate birth. I mean for the initially winning candidate. The number will be zero because he will have to change anything for all the other candidates. Have booby probably zero. Because i'm not initially winning and thereby also somehow discover ranking of the candidates. So this gives you a feeling for how far away someone is from winning or losing election with respect to the operations that you allowed so for example leading or acting or some to find the votes that well. Let's talk a little bit about the voting mechanics. Paper covers two different ways. That people might vote plurality and boorda voting could you go into how those systems operate and maybe in the context of those how this manipulation takes place so the two mechanisms we cover relative. Boorda both special case of so-called scoring based voting rolls. And the idea here in scoring based woods is that every voter is allowed to give points to candidates and in the candidate with the highest number of points wins the election and for example in property. I'm allowed to give one point my most preferred candidate so it's pretty simple. 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There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

Trent365

03:01 min | 6 d ago

There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

"Fictionalized. History is essentially where you take something out of history and event or person and you sprinkle on a little bit of featuring a little bit of creative and poetic license if you like to try and make that story. More relatable more understandable more relevant to a modern audience perhaps and a great example of that would be some of these series. That you see on netflix or movies that you see on netflix. For example like the crown. Which is the story of the british royal family now. The current series has just recently launched. And it's cop the bit of flack for historical inaccuracies. And that's led to a conversation about the role of fictionalized history. Because in a way it's a lie. It's not a truth. But then the people who defend this version this autistic version is fictionalized of history. Will tell you that the truth is generally a failing nuance thing truth and reality of failing nuanced. And it's pretty hard to get those nuances across in maybe a ten episode series or two l. movie but by by adding a little creative round the story as low as it's true to the overall message it's actually a much better way to get that message across and to get a better understanding of the reality of history maybe the truth of history but the reality of history and it's something that i heard russell brand talking about today where he talked about the truthfulness which i think is a great would describe it because it's not strictly speaking. The truth is not the facts but it actually really is reality. Probably if it's done well and most people tend to say that this current series of the crown is still getting the overall message across. It's not necessarily the one hundred percent of the things that happened off. Factually correct about the truthfulness of it is still there. And i think the thing that they're coming across now is. The current series is about margaret thatcher. Times and princess diana's times which this people alive today still recall those events and so they poking holes in the history whereas the facts of the history whereas in previous episodes previous series. Sorry of the same show. They were talking so far back. That people weren't necessarily alive to question. So i think in a world of fake news. I think it's an interesting perspective. to think about. The truth innis of fictionalized history. Because if you really want to tell a story you've gotta get it relevant to today's audience. You've got to get the audience engaged. And i think a little bit of fiction around the facts is probably a good way to do it again. In light of the world the world of fake news that we live in that fake news era that has been created around us. I just think it's an interesting perspective on a friday.

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The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

The LEADx Show

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.

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"netflix" Discussed on Land of the Giants

Land of the Giants

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"netflix" Discussed on Land of the Giants

"Where are we? We are in Los Angeles. We're about to turn onto sunset. Boulevard Hollywood maybe in Hollywood. Okay, so we're. We're approaching. Hollywood hills. Really Tall Palm Trees. So should we explain why we're? We're driving through sunset radio. There's a bunch of billboards here, right? That's what we're. Getting at. Less Ronnie our producers, etc piled, a newborn, took a drive down Hollywood's main drag. It's a traffic jam packed with billboards promoting new TV shows and movies. I've been covering the business of media for a long time, so I served as tour guide for this trip, but Ronnie is a data reporter who mainly writes about tech companies. She doesn't typically pay a lot of attention to what's going on in Hollywood. Here, we have a a the crown net flicks up on the right. Have you watched any of the crown yet? I have not. On the left we have marriage story billboard. This is a Scarlett Johansson. I don't think I want to watch that. You may not be the right person for streaming roddy in a row. We got the Irishman. That's Scorsese's film and then <hes>. DOLEMITE is my name. Reading that right. Alfie, these are both movies. They're both movies. You can see on Netflix Sega. Any of these this is this is a worthwhile trip for learning. What's on Netflix? You could just actually go to your browser. Are these like already outer. These are like I don't know. Someone like hermetically sealed raising. A drive down, sunset isn't just a chance for Ronnie to see what's coming on. TV, it's a way to watch Hollywood talking to itself, these billboards are messages which are very much directed at Hollywood except now. netflix's doing most of the talking. Stranger things net flix. The politician. Net flicks, one billboard tuna flexible work three Netflix. Netflix well years ago when Netflix was first getting into its own programming. Executive there told me that because they were tech company. They didn't have to do things that traditional media companies do like renting billboards, so it could show big-name talented netflix serious about Hollywood. That guy turns out was wrong. Netflix has decided loves billboards so much that it went out and bought some for itself, and now the company owns many of the signs on the Strip. This, you still look like before streaming. That's one of the main ideas we keep running across as we're working on the series, it's almost impossible to imagine what the world like before Netflix. Even though that time was just a few years ago. If you didn't know any better, you'd think. Netflix's has always been a huge part of Hollywood. Syphilis can be fatal to your baby free. Check that out not flick show. UNCLEAR UNCLEAR? Welcome the land of the giants. The NETFLIX's effect. I'm Peter Coffee. Today. We're talking about how NETFLIX's. Would outsider that no one took seriously took over the town and change the lives of the people in it. Are the CO founder and CEO of Net flicks. I'm going to conduct this interview netflix style. I'M GONNA. Have like five questions you're GonNa love and five thousand. You've never heard. Today. It's given it. NETFLIX's remade. The media. World to companies becomes so omnipresent in our lives that CEO Reed. Hastings even counts as a sort of celebrity. He's a big enough deal for a guest spot Stephen Colbert. You're like one of the big one of those big <hes> new media disruptors. Why did the entertainment industry need to be disrupted? Just for the fun of it. On this happened really quickly. We talked to Kim Masters veteran show business journalist at the Hollywood reporter who said that a decade ago Netflix's was an afterthought for big media companies newcomers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else did not strike fear in the hearts of moguls. There's a thing that happens in Hollywood. Which is the outsiders come in, and they think boy. There's a lot of stupid rules in Hollywood and people sure do dumb stuff, but we're going to be much smarter than these idiots, and then they get kilt. It turns out that Netflix was the exception to the rule. It didn't get killed at one. And NETFLIX's did it with Hollywood's help. You can trace all this back to two thousand eight, which is when Netflix's really broken into streaming by getting his hands on a bunch of blockbuster movies for a bargain, Ben, price, it had made a deal with stars premium cable channel. Let netflix's stream always rate movies from Sony and Disney so stars had created the service called Vong which nobody listening to this podcast is GonNa Remember, but there was a service before Netflix's. That was streaming. Streaming movies called. Longo Van Gogh was losing seventy million dollars a year. Rich Greenfield is an analyst with light shed partners. He's been following digital media closely for years, and in walks, Reed Hastings in Ted Sandoz and says hey will take that streaming content. You could sub-licensed to us and we'll pay you. Tens of millions of dollars Netflix's use it as the base to build their streaming service, versus what was historically just a DVD service. And the rest is they say is history.

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"netflix" Discussed on Reset

Reset

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"netflix" Discussed on Reset

"That's so funny because I have also been watching either things that make me completely forget that there is a pandemic going on right. Now whether it's a comedy or something that happens in a different world than than our current Earth World But I just started watching an Orthodox and that is a dark show at least in the very first few episodes. I heard it's great. I mean it's great so far but it is the first time that I feel like you know what I think I can handle this but otherwise I've been watching you know. Tv shows a Lake Net flicks sex education and HIGH FIDELITY ON. Hulu those kinds of things. That feel a little bit lighter but I think people are just watching. You know something I have noticed as I'm watching people talk about the fact that they've got all this time now to and they've gone through all their net and their board. I keep thinking everyone's different but I I feel like I got a lot less time like the work from home and help. The kids learn thing is is not out of blast So my time is quite limited. But again I'll claim some of that back eventually and I'm happy to be able to work. There is no discernible trend except people want to watch stuff. So you have shows like tiger king from Netflix. Doing really well. But you have a show called Spencer Spencer confidential. I think he was called which dumb Mark Wahlberg movie. That did really well. There is an ultra violent. Movie starring. Chris Hemsworth better known as third and most people that extraction who the boys me. Guess Drug Lord versus biggest joining music should. That's on Netflix. Going TO BE NETFLIX. Most popular movie ever They're going to do something. Like ninety million people watched it in the first four weeks. It's incredibly violent. People had their eyes gouged with rakes. Like it's not a fun time for a lot of people and people are willing to watch that they will watch anything. I'd rather watch a movie like the half of it on Netflix. Which is just a complete delight being different in Italian. This is that no one expects you to be like them. I'm seventeen I live in Square Hamish with my dad. I guess I just never thought thought I need anyone else. You know what I do want to watch for. I don't know if you want. If you want bridge like uncomfortable but also entertaining powder men had the Hamas but the action show about Like undercover Israeli commandos. It's dense in like like allowed them to see the Palestinians as human beings. Same time now. That sounds interesting. I think the thing that I'm wondering. Is it time for me to finally watch the Sopranos? Oh I re- binge-watch that a year ago really all right. Maybe maybe it's time for me to finally dive in. It's really good. I highly recommend it. All right. Peter Kafka is a senior correspondent for recode and the host of the PODCAST recode media. Peter thank you thank you so last week. I tweeted out a question to reset listeners. I wanted to know what folks are watching right now and which streaming services they might have subscribed to because of the pandemic and we got some pretty great answers. Hi this is from the Bronx. I re subscribe to the Disney Plus Hulu Bundle so I can watch portrait of a lady on fire. The most embarrassing thing I just watched was Rachel Weiss spitting into Rachel McAdams mouth in disobedience. I purchased a new apple TV because it came with a year free of apple. Tv plus itself. I signed up for crunchy roll because I wanted to get into enemy a bit more on. I wanted a wide access of different ones that I could watch. My actually jokingly told all my friends that not ex- contacted me in a wooded me as difficult of completion because I watched everything v. Lable my life has been filled with a lot of nine hundred thousand fiance and I have become an expert at season. Ten of married at first sight on lifetime. That's IT for today's show. I'm Ariel Ross. And this is reset published episodes three times a week on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sundays. So if you haven't already subscribe to the pot you can find us on apple podcasts. Spotify or in your favorite podcast APP. If you like what you hear rate and review us on Apple podcasts. It really helps other people find the show. If you want to get in touch with me you can find me on twitter. I'M AT A P R S. You can also reach the reset team by emailing reset at. Vox Dot Com. We'll be back on Thursday where nerds..

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"netflix" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"netflix" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Responding to that by figuring out how to program differently how to structure themselves differently how to reach some of those people directly all that stuff is, is happening. And I've been sort of waiting for it to happen in predicting when it might happen and saying it's not going to happen for awhile. Now we're here. Okay. So this is the streaming services against the incumbents. Yes, and more broadly. Right. If just still, it's Facebook and Google net flicks. I mean, they're all competing for your time, and your eyeballs, they're all sort of playing in internet video to different degrees. So I don't write that much about Facebook video but Facebook itself. Right. It's still a competitor to all these things at Facebook video one day might be who's winning net flicks. The entire narrative is everyone is responding to Netflix slash Ken net flicks be stopped slash does. Netflix having to kill his. He'll slashes his Netflix. Finally going to have real competition from Disney if everyone is it positioned themselves, says the Netflix Keller are this is the response to net flix even if maybe that's not a hundred percent. True. That means Netflix is winning. Okay. And Disney is the most likely competitor. I mean Amazon seems to be done in a slightly different direction, yet, Amazon for a longtime seemed like the logical sort of Netflix competitor, now, Disney's the by far most obvious. Netflix, competitor, there's a side to that, where you can say, look, they're actually not a competitor there. Most people are going to have both services. That's true. But still Disney is one that is most sort of dramatically overhauled its strategy to sort of take on what Netflix has accomplished. Okay. And so give me give me what they have going for them. They've got a lot of like ten. Poll franchises and stuff. But what is the what's the challenge for them to be a real competitor to net flicks? The challenge for Disney's are starting at zero right.

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"netflix" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechFan

"Of DVD's, but interest by introducing video on demand via the internet. Netflix grew as DVD sales from two thousand six to two thousand eleven. Think about this. This is a very brave thing to do. Here's a company that made all of its money in DVD rentals, sending them in the mail, having the foresight to say, you know what? Internet speeds for consumers are going up. Our costs are going down to stream video content. What if we move our company into the streaming service and away from the DVD, the physical hard copies? We think that's the way to go. Now I remember back then when they started making this move, and I didn't know what to think. And for a while, there was a tear where you could get both, and then they moved away from that words, either DVD or streaming. And I was in a conundrum because I really kinda was addicted to getting these things in the mail. But I thought, you know what? I'll I'm gonna try the on demand service only the online service only. And of course like everybody else. I never went back because it just it made way too much sense. Yeah. And I, it was incredibly because the two, the two businesses opponent from the fact that the seven content on not remotely alike the logistics around sending DVD's people demand is nothing like streaming a toll. No, an I remember everybody the ice by to when they announced they were going to do this was somewhat confused because it's it's, it's almost like you know, killing the golden goose. You make you money on DVD's and you say, we're not going to do that anymore, or we gonna move away from that, and we're going to move to some of these going to kill our business if it successful, and yet they pulled it off. And then of course, nowadays you look at Netflix and it's almost even like the they're streaming service second, but there are constant company I, yeah. Where removing TV studio. When you think of Netflix, you don't think I'm gonna go watch, you know, such and such movie Netflix, some people do that, but it's about the regional content on networks. That's what you get net flicks for. Yeah. And actually, I was surprised because I, we, we bought into net flicks only relatively recently. We, we've had an impromptu description for longtime. So we've been using Amazon.

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"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

"Streaming subscriptions tied together, but people who. Subscribed only to DVD's or only subscribe to the streaming service. They wouldn't have actually seen a price cut in this approach. However, the focus of this announcement was almost exclusively on the price jump for the people who had a joint account like the joint DVD and streaming services. And because of that, Netflix was getting a lot of bad press and customer complaints. So there was a new idea one that a lot of people inside Netflix did not like, but Reed Hastings was very gung ho on going forward with this idea. That idea was to split the two businesses apart and make the DVD side of net flicks its own company and calling it quick stir it would have its own internal corporate structure. It would have its own CEO. It would be free from the streaming business of Netflix, but that also meant. It, it would be a huge change to customers. It meant that the combined plan of DVD's and streaming would become more complicated. Each company would have to maintain its own cues and customer profiles. So if you wanted to have that that joint service of DVD's and streaming video, now you were going to have to have two accounts. You're gonna have a Netflix account and a quick stir account. You have to subscriptions to payments to different cues. If you were, let's say that you had a queue in your streaming service, and you had a queue in the DVD service. And it turns out one of the movies that's on your DVD list becomes available on streaming and you watch it and streaming, and then you're next DVD shows up and it happens to be the same movie. That would be a really frustrating experience, especially since it had originally both come from the same company. People were not happy. Netflix also was not very good at communicating why it was doing this in the first place. And the main reason. Season was to allow the DVD side to focus on delivering rentals with a deep library and do it officially in and with a prophet in mind. While the streaming side could dedicate more resources like time, energy and effort to building out its.

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"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

"Netflix ended up extricating itself out of this problem in two thousand fourteen, and that's when it was announced that it was going to pay Comcast for a direct connection from Netflix servers to Comcast's network. So they were no longer employing anyone else to become a content delivery network. They were essentially doing it themselves and paying Comcast for the privilege, but the bigger dispute. It reached something of resolution in two thousand fifteen. Just a short time before the FCC was to start hearing complaints under some new net neutrality rules rules which I should add have since been overturned by the most recent FCC leadership. So the mess keeps on going. Meanwhile, on the executive side over at Netflix Reed, Hastings was apparently becoming less approachable according to the book Netflix, which I have cited several times in these episodes. It was getting harder to change Hastings, mind about things. He would make up his mind on something and challenging. His ideas was becoming more and more difficult to do. Some of his top executives would leave around this time. They saw very little opportunity to grow at Netflix. They saw little indication that they would have a shot at leading the company themselves and figured that they pretty much achieved their goals that they set out to to do when they joined that flakes things like fighting off blockbuster or launching a digital video, you know service, those things had happened already. So rather than just sit around, they decide to leave and take on new challenges or even retire on November twenty second, two thousand ten. Netflix really showed off how it believed the streaming service was going to be. In the future. Because for the first time they would offer customers the option to subscribe to just the streaming part of net flicks is service without the requirement of having a DVD rental service on top of it because up to that point, it was an add on there was no just streaming option for the subscription..

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TechStuff

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

"I should say because the the delivery was still in DVD format. So here's how it was going to work. In fact, here's how it did work. If you signed up for the service, then you could create a q. very similar to what you would do on Netflix of different movies you wanted to watch and based upon the level that you had subscribed to, you would get a number of DVD's from that queue sent to you. After you watched it, you can do one of two things. You could plop the the view DVD back into an envelope and mail it back to blockbuster, whereupon once it was processed, they would send you the next one on your list or you could actually take that DVD and return it to a blockbuster. Store, and if you return it to a blockbuster store that DVD would also act as if it were a free rental coupon, you could immediately rent any movie in that blockbuster store for free. And meanwhile, the blockbuster store would scan in your return, which would immediately indicate to the distribution center to send you the next movie on your queue. So Nali where you're getting a free rental that didn't have to be on your queue at all the next movie under cure. At least the next available movie on your accu- would then get sent to you. So this was a very attractive proposition. It was something that Netflix could not offer because they didn't have those brick and mortar stores, and blockbuster had that, you know, that was an established entrenched model for blockbuster. So this was an opportunity for blockbuster to really put the hurt on net flicks their service attracted more than two million customers in just a few. Short months, and it really posed another big threat to net flicks. Now, the problem for blockbuster was that the way they were pricing, this model was unsustainable. They could not do it indefinitely. They were losing money on every transaction, especially since these returned discs to the blockbuster stores.

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TechStuff

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

"More servers in order to boost capacity, things were not going so hot over in the DVD storage, vault either. In fact, things were pretty chaotic. The laser printer they were using the printout addresses jammed the flurry of activity meant the DVD's soon got out of order and became much more difficult to track down specific discs. And every time the servers came back up, new orders would fly in. So the team was struggling to keep up by the end of the day that orders to send out more than five hundred disks to more than one hundred customers. And this was all done by hand and it was sometime around. Then they also realized, oh, shoot, the internet is always open. We can't close. It's not like from eight PM till six AM where we're shut down. So the sites still has to be active. It's still has to be up available even though we won't be completing anymore orders until the next day. That was a stark realization. They. Soon included a message during high capacity situations that read. Sorry, due to extreme opening week demand, the net flicks store may be slow helping or hindering things was that while Netflix was in development, the DVD player was a novelty right? That people very few people had them, but by the spring of nineteen ninety eight when Netflix was actually launching as a service, it was a different story. The price for DVD players had come down to about half of what they had been and DVD player. Sales were starting to outpace VCR sales. So on late nineteen Ninety-seven the potential customer base was small by spring of nineteen ninety eight that had changed. So it was kind of a right place right time scenario for Netflix movie studios were playing ball to as sales picked up studios began to release more of their libraries on DVD. Now they saw that there was a demand. And for this kind of home entertainment, and they saw the opportunity and they began to jump on that new titles and old became potential revenue generators and Netflix, which was protected by US president that had law that said, accompany can buy and then rent out movies that is totally. Fine by law. If you if you buy a product, you can rent that product out to other people. So Netflix was taking advantage by scooping up copies of as many different titles as it could building out its own library by August nineteen, ninety eight. Those initial five hundred titles were now closer to fifteen hundred and because VHS rental chains like Hollywood video and blockbuster were slow to adopt the DVD format. Netflix had a good running start on them as well. Those companies were so entrenched in the VHS world that the thought of switching lanes and moving to DVD's was really daunting it. It represented an enormous cost for them to be able to change formats like that. So Netflix because it had not been entrenched in another medium was at an advantage. So was not species beginning and we're just getting started. Now in our next episode will look. Look at how net flicks, whether the first year or two of his existence and how it started to come up against what would become its main rival for the first decade of Netflix says, existence as a company that being blockbuster, if you guys have suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology, a person tech, whatever it may be, send me an Email. The address for the show is tech stuff at how stuff works dot com, or draw me a line on Facebook or.

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TechStuff

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

"Flicks dot com. But as we all know, the eventual winner was Netflix dot com. Those the one that people, I guess objected to at least they, I don't know that there was anyone who is passionately advocating for the name, but there was no one who was in great opposition to it. And so that became the name of the company. There is no logo was in purple and white. It's easy. I forget that that was the case they the net flicks is branding is so so powerful. Now with the red and white scheme that it's easy to forget that originally was purple and white. It had an unspools reel of film as part of the logo design. The red and white color scheme would come much later. They brought on a guy named Corey bridges to work in customer development and bridges had previously worked for Netscape and help launch their internet browser bridges seem. Secretly reached out to influencers and Usenet groups because this was before stuff like YouTube and Instagram and other social media platforms. But he saw those folks in Usenet groups as being really passionate community members and by tapping into people who were really big users in Usenet groups that were focusing on film discussion and asking them if they would participate in a beta program that Netflix was going to hold. He got a lot of responses, especially when he said that they would be allowed to be the first people to write about this new service. Once it was raised lunch, the day would essentially have the scoop on everyone else and has promotional plan worked like gangbusters. They signed up eagerly to test out this service on April fourteenth nineteen ninety eight. The company was ready to go live. They had built up a library of DVD's and they attested the features with their beta testers. Reed Hastings who had provided the seed money had mainly stayed out of the actual development process while all of this creative work was going on. This was Mark Randolph's show for that initial few months setting up the company, but as did our arrive at the company and watch as they actually went online. So he was there on hand for launch day. In fact, the story goes that some of the other employees didn't even know who read Hastings was they had never even really chatted with him at this point. So while the team was working on Netflix, Hastings had actually gone back to pursue more graduate studies at Stanford. And here's one way that Netflix was a very different service when it first launched than it would become later on and why the story about Hastings and those late fees doesn't ring terribly true. Even before we heard about Mark Randolph's version of the story. When that flicks I went, live users didn't get to subscribe to rent films indefinitely and just.

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The Complete Guide to Everything

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Streaming service. So that's why wall he's not on there because right now Disney's getting ready to launch, supposedly called Disney play yet, but I'll tell you this much. Black Panthers still on Netflix is on there yet, but it's coming to Netflix. Well, by the time, this drops it'll be on that Willis. I have no idea who was there already know. I think that one that I watch. I think that might be one of the last. Avengers, something very wars might be like the last one that they're contacted to be a Netflix movie, which I did you hear? Because like the Disney service is going to be like, all, oh. Oh man, it's Mickey mass will take you through if there was Mickey Mouse commentary on every movie there. Gosh, let's dribble. Yeah, that would suck actually says, no, especially if you couldn't turn it off. Yeah, Maki. Massa's. No personnel little situation like this steamboat Mickey is just a freaking guy guy. Yeah, but like a guy mouse who's just like vaguely nice. I'm the leader sometimes. Even the leader, Tom, just like the main guy. I've never seen him lead time. He give you like goofy, go, you know, fuck it around. Yeah, exactly. Google cool gore, film tower. This thing recently that the goof troop movie, they wind goofy to play it straight. What do you mean? They wanted Sinoe the goof troop movie theater. They wanted the guy who does goofy. There were like, all right in this we want drop the fucking voice. Yeah, they were like, we want goofy, just be like a regular dad in this one and not have the goofy voice and this like Hello son, it's me goofy. Yeah, we need to talk about your skateboarded. We need to talk about puberty. They wanted it to be an address film we want. Hello, sinus me goofy. We talk about the changes, your body's going through and the confusion you seem to be very confused. Perhaps I can dispel some some myths. Yeah, and God bless the guy plays goofy was like where you guys, hey, you're mine. No. Got me because I'm the guy, does goofy the dog or whatever. His name is goofy. He's got a goofy void. Yeah, I can goof troop. Did like back off a little bit. I mean, it's not as goofy and goof troop. No. Well, he's, he's got a son. He had to learn some responsibility. Campy bumbling Astle dropping the dinner plates every night more. He's got a son that needs to eat eavesdropping all the food of the floor son's going to, you know what's nourish. Nourish troop dead wife, one night stand deadline, that y. Yeah. How. I know Mickey Mickey was just like he got pollute. Oh, like goofy is wife was. Imply. Mickey always had a problem with goofy wife and nobody knows why. Okay. Pluto into rumored. Did the deed got Pluto to do it dog crime? Exactly. That way is that goofy was married to another dog and what they said was look. It's a Dougie Doug world. Yeah, that's. Yeah. Anyway, goof troop will probably be available on this new Disney service. Oh, nice. But so there there are just so many services, but Netflix, I think I mentioned this last time in twenty eight teen seven hundred new series around the world and eighty movies in twenty eighteen. That's how many original productions original co production rights the BBC or something. Yeah, that's what they're big on that. Like around the world, there are things that are called Netflix originals that's like, oh, no, that's like on AM over here. Yeah. But I mean, it seems like it's working for them. That's a great. They're definitely shows for Reed Hastings really working for them. They're definitely shows that. I think would have gone off the air way earlier if it weren't for that, that particular arrangement. Name one Gotham really. Before I think before got them even aired Netflix made agreements a pay a million dollars episode for the like international rights for that batmans in it. We'll see who knows it batmans in it..

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The Complete Guide to Everything

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Now the mad men are all these. The maddest men of the mall. One could argue that zombie is not a man. I think the people on that show would agree with you because there was like a chopping their heads off and stuff. Yeah, kicking them. Look, I look I, I would go up to the gates of heaven and talk to Saint Peter himself with a with a clear conscience and say, yes, I killed those on these, but it's protecting my family. Wow, these great hero entrance. You've probably he'd be like, here's a the heroes lanyard it gets into the hero section. Wow. It's it's. It's stratified up there. You're saying? Oh, absolutely. Yeah, especially, yeah, I think I think a lot of the people up there get bothered all the time. Yeah, like Janice Joplin boob. You wanna. Jim. Yeah, I come on, but you know, of course she's in hell. Anyway, this week we're talking about Netflix streaming. Yeah, which we did a little bit of last week. We did a little bit of, but we haven't done it this guess what? That's the way most people watch Netflix now. Absolutely. Also, they also make a bunch of original content. Yeah, we're gonna talk is going to watch Wally, you know, right? Like there was a time where it was like, oh, cool. Walli is a Netflix guess what? Now Wally, I don't think is even on Netflix anymore as well. So that's part of it. I'm gonna one day. Tell my grandchildren. You know Netflix, this thing that you one day. There was one time I just watch Holly on it. Yeah. Yeah, and they're like, yeah, we know we heard about our Grandpa's Netflix. Then he could tell them, you know, Mike grandfather's even. Even. Tell the CDC 'em AMC. Pearly gates about like colorizing movies and stuff. You walk. All right. So season to the Walking Dead exact. Exact Rick, found his family, and they didn't think better call. Saul was going to be as good as breaking bad. But many people said it surpassed the original TV. It really broke up for being a spin off anyway. Anyway, anyway. We're talking about Netflix, Netflix originals mostly, oh, that's what I was going to say. So you're talking about Wally..

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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"These need a two thousand dollar membership fee. What's return to you? You got free rentals. To it. A lot. 'cause I remember like a decade later, we still had like like movie, like I forget what the stipulations were. Because like sometimes my parents would just like, have me run into grab video, did golden video dislike, take two thousand dollars from everybody in our town and then close up shop a couple of years later. This is like a longtime later. I think like at a certain point, the memberships were free. But I think it was like initially it was like, look ran to spend like hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy two hundred videos for people to rent. So we need that money upfront basically, but we'll give it back to you. You'll be able to go and rent is I remember for years like how it'd be able to go in there and be in rent. This are eighty, and that was our eighty. This go publicly. Amy has a time. Machine goes back and says, are eighty. I think it was the eightieth membership for our last name, our our, our lab. We know our our last hour slash. Our our last name, Tom, I wanted to work at blockbuster so bad. I don't think they had a very high guess what I went to their kiosk. Like to get hired kiosk. There's a kiosk in the blockbuster that was like, apply to work here and then it's like you wanna be. Do you agree to be drug tested and was like, I don't wanna p in front of somebody. Blockbuster, yeah, I really was just like. Digital Kia? Yeah, yeah. It was like, enter your navy. Do dressy entered whatever, and it was like heavy over and convicted of a crime. No, yes. Do you want to. Watch movies. Yeah, and it was like, hell? Yes. There was a hell. Yes button for that. That was the right answer. But then like I don't wanna pee in front of somebody and I don't enough to be like it must be optional. So I. And like it immediately was like, sorry, you can't work at blockbuster shit. I went to the other blockbuster, west Islip. And I was like, well, okay. Now final p. in from somebody help e into this machine, my name and they're like, sorry, we're not hiring or not hiring. Drug addicts was the biggest mistake in my life. I really think that set me on a bad path and it can't get into why it'd be. It'd be destined. Blockbuster. In for bigger and better things. And I can pinpoint that as my downfall and a little bitter about it. But. Just said today, you you spilled a mad magazine out in front of a bunch of businessmen. I know you know what now who all screwed up. Exactly. Yeah, I'm not saying the right place now. It's all it's all messed up. We didn't even really talk that much about Netflix. Yeah, we did. Well, hold on. Let's talk radio rentals in general. We talked about Netflix kind of the origin of nanna. Maybe we could do another one on like Netflix original program. Because we didn't even get into. Any of the shows I'm trying to think of one original program, Grainger, things. Stranger cards are interested, new black, gaily gals all the marvel stuff. I'm talking original original mind. Hunter. Yeah. Lost in space. Luke cage. I said, marvel stuff. I just wanted to. They're supposed to have something like like seven or seven hundred new series this year, Tom, we're not talking about that this week. That's in our Netflix original programming to talk about quick. So real quick. So they split off and they're like, okay, we went from being the highest customer of the highest customer that Cheech and chunk of the US postal service to the most bandwith. Whip like that would've also lost her that job. This guy know about teaching John fryer. It'd be like, oh, great. He'll. Up in smoke correctly, but other problems. Drama, comedy, comedy, come on. I know Cheech they had blockbuster, like very few categories like drama, comedy and kids. Yeah. Classics and action and everything appropriate foreign Reed Hastings was just like. DVD's are done. We're going to spend enough into this other thing called quick Stor q. WICK, ER dot com. Everybody lampooned them. Yeah. Asli they lost eight hundred thousand customers like it almost sunk the company because people are so mad..

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The Complete Guide to Everything

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"And like the switch happened like quickly within months, like a like a switch like switch. The switch happened like swit-. Yeah. No is like all of a sudden everybody realize, oh, I can watch movies. I can watch streaming movies. I think twenty tens prior around Walli. I remember that twenty ten probably also around the time that. Like it's started getting integrated into some TV's, but the biggest thing was like twenty ten was around win the video game systems started supporting the streaming. So it was like, oh, all these people have systems. Interesting fact here. In twenty eleven like forty. Two percent of streams happened on computer that wasn't interested me. Twenty five percent of views happened on Nintendo. We thought we wasn't. Late to the game, you had to put in a disc into the we to make Netflix work early on because we had a we when we were living together and who will step back now is very confusing sentence. We had a, we what? What? What. You and I just didn't intendo entertain of you. Remember that I also call a house meeting when I got that streaming disc, Netflix just send us a disc that they never want back. And then we were very expensive box that we couldn't even watch the boondock saints that box. It's all about being this disc in waiting for that to load. And then watching it on the we hear, I do remember thinking it was weird when you're going to request that disk and then you're like putting a q. and it would take a while in my home recently wound up in Weird weird. like a killer's calling card or something mean was no. This is the one that we had like at the toes. Tim, I burn that disc years ago. Idea. Remember. Killed somebody or somebody's after me, hey, look, whatever you say, man. I remember thinking it was weird that that this came in like a regular Netflix container or envelope envelope, but they're gonna make new envelope. Never never have to send this back. Wow. World. What a world? Yeah. So I still definitely have a few Netflix DVD's that I reported as missing. And then like found later what they make you pay like twenty dollars for him or something. Right? No, usually they were like, no, no problem. Oh, missing in the mail? Yeah, I'd say no, I mailed. I gave them to the mailman I told him it was important to give them back to you. He didn't bring them back. Boy, I've had problems with him. Read read, you gotta believe me. I'm trying to do the right thing. I'm trying to get these TVs back. A lot of people wanna watch the boondock saints. I want them to one. I mainly Stewart's real real frigging can of worms with this guy. Another interesting fact that I read it was in twenty thirteen because I remember because I used to work for a video website and we ran into this problem. No, not pornography site, but a pornography related problem where we were unable. And so as Netflix, we later found out once we ran into problems to automatically share what people were watching on Facebook stinks and nobody wants to do of course. Well, this is like a little bit of a different time, but like Netflix wanted you to be able to be like, hey, I'm watching the boondock saints. I can post. Like we know and no does, so are we? But I don't want them to know that I'm watching Jade. Yeah, it's a real nut exactly. Look if somebody like Tim boondock saints who'll awesome next time I see him a high five situation. Yeah, Jade. I know what he's doing. Do you know why that was a legal, the sharing of, yeah, no, it was the the video Privacy Act of nineteen Eighty-eight because only Bono. No, maybe it was him. Reagan had nominated, Nissan all drink. Ronald Reagan had nominated a new supreme court. Justice said some guy..

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The Complete Guide to Everything

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Countered I net flicks boxes like eighty bucks. It was like surprisingly affordable that box ever got updated to be able to play anything else. I think you could only do Netflix, and then everybody's like, well, will we be able to watch boondock saints? Well, not yet, but God willing one day it'll be. Jade. Can I borrow that box and put it in my room and watch Jade. Now you can't look if you unplug it is I'm gonna work anymore. Eight has to be plugged into this hardwired connection in our home every week, and they forty dollars late fees for Jade. Is hoping this would solve my problem. Say that's how the streaming started. Okay. So then so they had streaming and then streaming ramped up, but two thousand eleven. It wasn't like like he was knickknack right? The the, no. I look there. These God damn suburbanites that are just like. Like all the new movies I writ bucks. Oh, I signed up for Netflix streaming. Why can't I get this new movie? It's like, don't you understand how things work? You dump? Suburbanite. No. Not how it happened. By twenty ten Netflix streaming business at grown so quickly that within months, the company shifted from the fastest customer. The United States postal service to the largest source internet streaming traffic in North America in the evening knows twenty ten is year earlier..

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The Complete Guide to Everything

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Net, flicks dot com. Yeah, movies delivered its old, redirect. Yes. So at one point they tried to make thing called quick Stor which was going to be at Titas and ten eleven? I think people were livid. Yes. So basically, this was Netflix. It always used to be. You got a DVD plan and then on top of that, you got the streaming. Now streaming started, what are we can say two thousand six, two thousand seven thousand seven. Documents. I was trying to look it up today. Recently they had they came out with a list of all the original streaming titles they had when they first lost. And like I remember the David Wayne movie, the ten was on there, and I was like, oh sweet. This is going to be a lot like independent releases and then like nothing else. And like nothing ever changed for like six months. And yeah, there were not new things on there and you could kinda watch it on your computer, but like he was still in the time. Whereas like you really need to tell me, you're going to stream movies, I can barely get this QuickTime movie. Not buffer every look. I'm still using the real player, my player, Microsoft silver light to get this work. And but then I remember we were roommates at the time and you're like there's a Netflix box for TV TV and art TV only I think you were like everybody. I've bought this net flicks Roku. That was the first Asian. The rookie right net flicks branded. Yeah, it had originally Netflix was going to make their own box and call the net flicks. So two things I, we were gonna make a Netflix spock's that like you would decide at night. What movie you wanted to see. Boondock saints and download it overnight and keep overnight. Yeah. Jesus Christ. Because it took so long. So it was like overnight. And then then you still have to commit to movie. Yeah. And then the next day we'll be ready for your girlfriend's like, I don't like this movie. I spent nine and a half hours downloading this watching the boondock saints. Yeah. Again. But then once YouTube took off, they were like, oh, there's an, you can stream movies instead of download them. So that's when they started their streaming thing, but they were originally gay, make Netflix box streaming box themselves, and then very wisely. They were like, like if we do this, like nobody else's going to like make a Netflix box because there to compete with us and nobody's going to want wanna do that because we could screw them over at any point. So they were the biggest investors integration. They were the biggest investors in Roku and Roku started. Like it wasn't. There wasn't like a subsidiary, but they were mostly owned by Netflix. Anna, what the deal is nowadays, business Steph, you wouldn't understand me and other guys. Steph we talk about if between talking about the mad magazine stuff. So they were going to do it that way, or they did do it that way. And that's how I don't know if you remember. But like, yeah, the Roku boxes, like the only way to watch Netflix on TV for like maybe six months and then out of nowhere. It was like, you can watch it on anything. I remember you were like roommate meeting and. Poor. We're like four of us living in one apartment. Yeah, I've bought this net flicks so we can watch these twelve streaming independent movies costs four hundred and fifty dollars. So everybody just leave one hundred twenty dollars..

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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Tom? Yeah. This week we're talking about, hey, guess what? We're doing this week what we're streaming. Okay. Like all the kids? Yeah. Net flix and chill right now, what does that mean that something that you read about in the penthouse house for. Yeah, yeah. Wow. Dear penthouse forum. I feel like that was never really thing that adults latched onto. It's like, you know, that's what teens are calling hooking up there. Yeah, they like team. I imagine whatever teams are doing right now. None of us wanna know about teens have moved on from crunching to Netflixing and chilling. There is a brief stopover in twirling torquing. Yeah, you could still twerk while you chill as my understanding is making out. I think it's anything any of the bases, any of the bases. It's up to your imagination. You put on any anywhere for making out to to Penn forum. Allow, but the stipulation is movie or television program has to be streaming in the background. Yeah. I mean, it's basically just the old, the old standby. You know, I guess not all generations had this, but like for our generation, it would have just been like when we were in college or whatever, like, hey, come over and watch a boondock saints. Yeah, everybody everybody every weekend, every dorm room on the floor that boondock saints in the DVD player in a sock on the door. It was just like, hey, come over and like watch a movie or something. And it's like, yeah, we all know what's really happened, but you're not. But you're not gonna say like he wanna come over and heavy pet heavily paid each other come over and watch a movie, and then be like, no, you're just watching a movie hand, listen baby boomers. You're not. You're not exempt from this ever hear of the drive in. Yeah. Yeah. You didn't have portable. Video discs or whatever. Versatile discs to to pop in and watch boondocks age. You had to watch boondock saints the old fashioned way on a big screen from film real while sitting in your car with a couple of speakers hanging off the sides now to kid, and we went and saw short circuit to at the drive in. We making all time. Four letter of my own that was just like dear penthouse forum, something terrible. My brother singing vaccine looking Joyce short-circuit too. The further adventures of Jonny. Five? Yeah. Johny fives alive, but we didn't have the speakers. It was tune your car? Yeah. I mean, we did too. I think it was only like in the fifties. Like didn't have the technology tinny sound. They had to watch rebel without a cause. Yeah, actually, it might have been the opposite might have been that the speakers were better than like your car radio. I can't imagine that back in the day like when it was like, oh, well, we could broadcast us via AM signal to your car, and he can listen to this movie mono, but no children, we're not Netflixing and chilling. We're net flicks and pilling. We're taking pill nowhere net flicks and thrill killing. That's what you put Netflix on as an alibi accused of murdering somebody for enjoyment you can, hey, check the Netflix logs. Things. Aids for the third time that weekend. Two levels to it. That guy, what's that guy that heat..

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/Film Daily

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on /Film Daily

"It seems like it seems like the work is being put the workload is being put on us to to have that conversation instead of the people the the actual players in the inchoate who would directly affects right to like they could be having a more detailed nuanced subtle conversation about this but instead they're just sort of yeah drawing lines in the sand but chris do you think that i think a part of the canned film festival's reluctance here is what she just said like the idea that a lot of netflix movies sort of get buried on their streaming platforms do you think that netflix might there might be some way for them to distinguish between the films that they release on their platform like maybe create like a a subcategory like a netflix premium or something like that where they you know like a separate category for films that they consider award worthy and maybe that would do something to aleve v8 some of these troubles do you think anything like that is possible probable or reasonable in any way i mean it's definitely reasonable netflix really needs to step up their game as far as pushing their movies i mean if you go onto netflix half the time there's new stuff they have that's not right there on that landing page and it really should be so i don't know i don't know why they're so hesitant to push things like that i mean i know when award season comes they'll send out screeners and they'll send out like a postcard saying for your consideration but i i don't know why the rest of the year they're so blase about it i really don't understand even the reasoning behind that because why invest all this money if you're not going to be proud of it's like joining a band then just not playing gigs it's like we'll just play in the basement like you know what are you doing you might as well put all your effort.

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