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Fresh "Netflix" from Bob Sirott

Bob Sirott

01:03 min | 17 min ago

Fresh "Netflix" from Bob Sirott

"40 at midway this morning at the lakefront this morning where also near 40 a 38 right now. In Aurora. It's 37 in Kenosha. It's 40. Now your money on W G and the opening bell rings this morning after stocks closed mixed yesterday as text slide's held back the market despite better than expected earnings among some big banks, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo all beat market expectations on their bottom lines for the first quarter. Large tech stocks like Tesla, Amazon, Facebook and Netflix were all lower on the day and weighed the market down. Though the Dow closed down rather up 53 points yesterday, the S and P was down 16 points. And the NASDAQ was down 138 this morning. We're seeing most of the futures markets higher. Gal futures are up nearly 150 points. Most stock markets around the world are hired this morning as well. Crypto Exchange Coin Base had a strong debut on the NASDAQ Yesterday, the stock was up more than 30%. From its debut trading price at $250 a share. Digital currencies have seen sharp rally since the announcement. Announcement of coin bases lipo and Dollar general is planning to hire 20,000 workers this spring. The company's continued expansion will have a hiring full time and part time workers had its stores and distribution centers. I'm Steve Brianna. John Chicago's very own 7. 20 wt. It's spring time to taking a breath of fresh savings on appliances at the Home Depot Spring Savings event in store online all season long save a bundle on the Samsung.

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The Crown leads showbiz tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh

News, Traffic and Weather

00:16 sec | 4 d ago

The Crown leads showbiz tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh

"The Netflix series. The crown, reacting with the death of Prince Philip Streaming service and production companies, saying in a statement that they're deeply saddened to hear of the death of the Duke and Matt Smith, who portrayed Prince Philip to an Emmy nomination on the first two seasons of the Crown rights, Prince Philip was the man. Thank you for your service, old chap. Listen, so the

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Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

Fresh Air

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

"Of the most heartwarming films of 2020 was about the relationship between our next guest filmmaker Craig Foster and an octopus he befriended while diving off the Western Cape of South Africa. Foster had burned out from years of working on arduous nature films and decided he needed a reset. He vowed that he would dive without a wet suit her oxygen tank every day for a year into the chilly waters of his youth and explore the kelp forest, an ecosystem teaming with life. It was there that he gained the trust of an octopus who allowed him into its world where Foster discovered things about its life and his own. Foster's film called My Octopus Teacher, has been nominated for an Oscar and is available on Netflix.

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Wet Notes - 4-9-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:46 min | 5 d ago

Wet Notes - 4-9-21

"This is wet notes here scuba shock radio for april ninth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I'd like to give you an update on new netflix. Documentary see spiracy. You might recall that. I introduced you to this film in a previous segment of wet notes. Well it did premiere on netflix's advertised. And i had a chance to watch. She spiracy a couple of weeks ago. The film is eighty nine minutes long and it can be captivating and controversial. Like i said this is certainly raising a great deal controversy especially as it relates to sustainable seafood and fishing. There's a couple of organizations that they called out into spiracy earth island institute and the marine stewardship council actually marine stewardship council issued a response on their website within days of the premier and every day. I see something more coming out related to the controversy. But i encourage you to watch the film and then decide for yourself about what it is saying like. I said lots of controversy. That's spiracy on net flicks now. Here's something that. I found really interesting. I came across an article that talked about how scientists are using thin wales to map out what lies beneath the sea floor. Now according to to seismologists vaclav kina from the czech academy in prague and john nab elec of oregon state university in corvallis oregon the song of the fin. Whales are loud enough to penetrate the earth's crust and revealed deep structures. I guess they have a network of fifty four bottomed size meter seismometers that the tech sound waves traveling through the ground and they picked up the of whales as they were passing by. Now they have a one hundred and eighty nine decibels song and that song can last from two and a half to five hours as they did more analysis they were able to map the underlying rock structures. According to these guys this is just as effective as those air cannons that are polluting the ocean with all that noise how practical this is yet to be seen. But you've gotta admit it is interesting. Now here's an update on the lectured aluminum tanks situation. You might recall back at the end of february. I told you about luxembourg Decision to exit the aluminum tank business and that they were looking to sell their plants in the us and the uk more. Here's some good news. Metal impact out of elk grove village in illinois is acquiring the graham north carolina luxembourg cylinder plant metal impact is no stranger to scuba tank business. They've been around since nineteen fifty nine and in two thousand fourteen. They purchase worthington. Aluminum cylinders has been providing aluminum scuba tanks to excess scuba and see pearls for a number of years. We've got quite a few from excess scuba over the past couple of years and so we're pretty familiar with metal impacts. This is some good news for the. Us aluminum Scuba tank supply chain. There's absolutely no doubt that. The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the scuba industry. But i guess it's not all bad news if you happen to be in the right place and it seems that hawaii is those right places especially for new diver certifications. There's a recent article in scuba diving magazine. Titled more hawaiians getting certified than before the pandemic turns out that even though the travel has been restricted to and from the islands more locals are turning to scuba aloha scuba on awad who had reported a one hundred and twenty percent increase in new diver certifications. In two thousand and twenty. They went from twenty seven in two thousand and nineteen to eighty three in two thousand and twenty spurred by whole families going for they're open water certification with some great diving. It certainly makes sense to mask up and dive in our aloha state. Last week i was trying to see if the ocean based climate solutions act of two thousand and twenty was being introduced in this session of congress. Well no update on that yet but i did come across something very interesting. There is a house select committee on the climate crisis now. This committee was created during the one hundred sixteenth congress. That was the last one so it hasn't been around long. But they did produce a climate action plan of two thousand twenty. And that's called the congressional action plan for a clean energy economy and a healthy resilient and just america committee is chaired by representative. Kathy castor from florida and the ranking chair is representative garrett graves from louisiana now. I watched their organizing meeting from march nineteenth. Let's say there's just a little bit of difference on the ideas of how to approach In the approaches in making the us carbon zero by two thousand fifty but as representative castor stated. It's time to turn recommendations into policy. Now i'll be tracking our actions and keep you updated here and finally you might recall. Last year the uss bonham rashard an eight hundred forty four foot long and fibia assault ship burned out of control for five days. Now that was in san diego california. But now senator. Marco rubio from florida is proposing that the ship be used to create an artificial reef down in florida little bit of background. The navy did some cost analysis On what it would take to restore the ship to operational status an estimated that that would be somewhere between two point. Five and three point five billion dollars but the cost to decommission and scrap the bonham rashard would be about thirty million dollars. Senator rubio didn't provide any details on where the ship might be sunk and be become an artificial reef but he did say that it could be done for less than thirty million dollars to scrap the ship. This word Happened it would be. We'll keep an eye on it and see where it goes. Fingers crossed that will have another artificial reef down in florida. Something that big to dive on. Well that's it for this installment of wet notes for april ninth. Two thousand and twenty

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Prince Philip's legacy will live on in Netflix's 'The Crown'

NPR's Story of the Day

01:43 min | 5 d ago

Prince Philip's legacy will live on in Netflix's 'The Crown'

"Philip. The royal consort of queen elizabeth. The second died this morning. At windsor castle in england. The duke of edinburgh was ninety nine years old. Npr's london correspondent. Frank langfitt joins us from belfast. Where he is covering the recent violence in northern ireland Frank just tell us more about prince philip's story and what the british public thought of a prince ville spent his early years actually traveling throughout europe e he was of royal descent himself and eventually At and had gotten to know The royal family and eventually married queen elizabeth. He was known. I think in different ways In this country over time People did make fun of him he has. She was seen as short tempered. He would tell jokes that were off color things that we would now consider even years ago politically incorrect kind of remarks. If you look at the daily mirror they number newspapers here would carry every year to they would say you know His hundreds most improper remarks was back in sixty nine. When i guess they were some financial questions he said well. If going to read next year. I'll have to give up polo. And that was one of the more minor ones that said there was also a lot of affection for him and i think respect in the sense that you know when you do a job for a very very long time and you really put your energy into it People give you a lot of credit for that. He was very dutiful. Heated thousands and thousands of royal events supporting the queen. It was a pretty thankless job in in some respects And not a great job necessarily to have today or in. The prime minister said That we give thanks to him. The nation and the kingdom give thanks to him for an extraordinary life and is his extraordinary work.

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Another warning to Fortinet administrators

Cyber Security Today

01:54 min | 6 d ago

Another warning to Fortinet administrators

"I started the week users of fortinet security devices that hackers are actively looking to exploit several vulnerabilities in its products unfortunately. It administrators have been slowed patched them. Well on thursday security company kaspersky said one of those vulnerabilities is being exploited on fortinet. Vpn gateways to launch ransomware attacks. The initial now where steals user names and passwords which an attacker uses to get into the computer network through the fortinet device. Then the ransomware is downloaded. It administrators that haven't learned from the earlier warnings from four dinette to install the latest patches. Maybe sorry by the way in one case that kaspersky investigated the victim firms. Antivirus was also behind in its database updates so remember for best protection every corporate application has to be regularly updated and that's not all also contributing to the success of the attack. Kaspersky looked at where other failures for some reason. Some of the modules of the antim- our protection. The company used were turned off now. The idea of malware is to protect the company why some features were turned off is mystery. In addition all employees at this firm could access any data that the company had one of the prime defenses of any organization is limiting employee access to sensitive data to only those who need it. Now that can be hard in small firms but if you allow everyone to access everything that a hacker only needs to steal one person's password and they can easily spread malware

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Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?

The Art Newspaper Weekly

02:36 min | 6 d ago

Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?

"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen

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Actor Zach Avery Arrested for Allegedly Running Multi-Million Dollar Movie Ponzi Scheme

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:50 sec | Last week

Actor Zach Avery Arrested for Allegedly Running Multi-Million Dollar Movie Ponzi Scheme

"Handsome, rising Hollywood actor busted for masterminding and nearly Million dollar Ponzi scheme. It sounds like a great movie, and I'm sure the real life victims wish it was Zach Avery, whose real name is Zach Horowitz was arrested on Tuesday he is accused of bilking investigate investors out of more than 690 million bucks by claiming he had movie deals with his contacts. You know, he's an actor. And he said, I have die of deals with major outlets like HBO and Netflix. And he showed them all this paperwork of documentation. It was all fraudulent. The SEC says there were no such relationships. The paperwork was a fake. Instead, they say he used the dough to fund a lavish lifestyle shocker, including a multi million dollar home $100,000 trips to Vegas and other luxuries. He was released on bond and faces up to 20 years in the

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Kanye West Documentary Lands at Netflix

The Fighter And The Kid

00:34 sec | Last week

Kanye West Documentary Lands at Netflix

"Kanye west has sold the rights to his life documentary to netflix for thirty million dollars aiming he's had a team follow him around for twenty one years from record things that they've Kept in a vault that they've never released and so he sold all that footage torn this year's of content so this is like through the wire. Hey his president rob postcard ashi in konya to swift shit. He listened stuff rig roll stuff.

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Hollywood Actor Zach Avery Arrested In Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | Last week

Hollywood Actor Zach Avery Arrested In Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme

"Year old California man is under arrest, accused of running a quarter of a billion dollar Ponzi scheme involving movie distribution rights. ABC is Alex Stone has detailed $127 Million and see amount that federal prosecutors here in L A, say Zachary Horwitz, who goes by the screen name of Zach Avery took from investors. They allege he promised their money would be used by his company to acquire licensing rights to movies and H B L a Netflix and agreed to distribute abroad. But the money was actually going to pay earlier investors and to fund his own lifestyle, including a $6 million home. He's due in court next month. Alex Stone, ABC News Los Angeles

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Announce Netflix Series

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last week

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Announce Netflix Series

"By Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for Netflix will be about the Invictus Games. The AP is Margie's. Our letter has the story making Marchal and Prince Harry will do a documentary series called Heart of Invictus about the Invictus Games, which gives sick and injured military personnel and veterans the chance to compete in sports. Prince Harry has been a longtime supporter of the Games, which are set to take place next year. He will appear in the Syriza and act as executive producer. Marchal and Prince Harry had been involved in a slate of new projects, including creating podcasts for Spotify and joining a mental health firm Marches.

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Reveal First Netflix Docuseries

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Reveal First Netflix Docuseries

"The first project Meghan Markle and prince Harry will do for Netflix will be about the Invictus games I marches are a letter with the latest Meghan Markle and prince Harry will do a documentary series called heart of Invictus about the Invictus games which gets sick and injured military personnel and veterans the chance to compete in sports prince Harry has been a long time supporter of the games which are set to take place next year he will appear in the series and act as executive producer Markle and prince Harry have been involved in a slate of new projects including creating podcasts for Spotify and joining a mental health firm

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Chadwick Boseman honored at SAG Awards

Donna and Steve

00:37 sec | Last week

Chadwick Boseman honored at SAG Awards

"The SAG awards That happened last night, so The ceremony wasn't live. It was a lot of pre tape stuff, and it was only an hour long because you know, we're not really doing award shows right now, in the traditional sense because we're still in a pandemic. Let me remind you that so the 27th annual Screen Actor Guild award was an hour and Ma Greeny black bottom starts, Violet Davis and Chadwick Boseman took the top film acting honors. And so congratulations to them. But the big award for some bull acting and cinematic feature film was the trial of the Chicago Seven. That is the Aaron Sorkin movie that's currently streaming on Netflix. Right now, I got to

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SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | Last week

SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

"Socially distanced award show is on tap for tonight. The twenty seventh annual screen actors guild awards focuses on both the individual performances in the work of the on samba in series and in a film john. Bridgeton 's rig is on page nabbed his first nomination for his performance in britain and the cast scored a nomination for outstanding drama ensemble netflix's shows dominated with the crown picking up five nominations as depop. Tv's shits creek in film. Bloods minority the father. The trial of chicago. Seven and ma rainey's black bottom all received three nominations. Each the pre-tape scaledown show will air on tnt at eight. Fox's michelle kalina. i'm pam

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MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:01 min | Last week

MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions

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Maybe maybe some of the prosecutors not there just want to do that line of work because they enjoy it at high end prostitutes man. That's certainly seems like a smart business. Move for me. If you enjoy having sex and you enjoy making money it does seem like a smart business. Move to combine those two things together. Yeah there's people who have sex addictions and if you're into that line of work and your hot you know but you can't because it's illegal for some reason and of course the next sentence is about You know an outreach program. They have for prostitutes. You like you guys are saying they're trying to say that it's like automatically a problem if you're doing prostitution in those office will be partying with the baltimore crisis response inc and other community groups including the sex workers outreach project. South provide a range of services to those who need them. 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Four thousand of some of the fastest growing companies in the world who rely on net sweet. Just ask sean nelson founder of love sack. We started as a beanbag company. My parents basement and the next thing. I knew we were one of the fastest growing furniture companies in the world only problem. We still have multiple systems for everything. That's what gives you visibility and control over your financial inventory ecommerce. Hr and more love. Cirque furniture is built to last infinitely adaptable just like nets. We find out how we can help your company with a free product tour at netflix dot com slash relax. Christians around the world are marking the most somber day on the religious colander. Good friday in jerusalem. Hundreds of christians retraced. What the hell does jesus final steps before his crucifixion among the crowd. Alejandro gonzales precisely because of the situation. We're going through. We have to pray for those who can't be here last good friday. 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Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:10 min | Last week

Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

"Netflix has reached a deal for two sequels to the acclaimed. One thousand nine hundred. Done it knives out. yes have you. You saw knives out is so good. Have you know a good. A good Guess who did it kind of john. Yahoo every other thing on netflix. In the last year every single. What every single thing netflix says. I've watched things in different languages at this point like i really moved onto rear at this point. I- subtitles are fine. I just don't care. I'm running out of stuff. I didn't watch out. Sit all everything paid around. Four hundred and fifty million making it their biggest acquisition yet. The previous record was one hundred and thirty million four. The irishman the first knives out grossed three hundred and eleven point four million in worldwide ticket sales So i mean if you gotta think it's going to be good if they're paying that much outbid a ton of other services we'll see because like the first one had a huge cast like of course evidence. Jamie lee curtis. Everyone was in this movie. But then and then daniel craig is the detective so i think it's going to continue like he goes onto another case like he. It's not it's not going to be the same. Cast besides daniel craig. Because he's a detective so he's going to move on to another case to try to figure out who done

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Jessi Pujji - A Primer on Performance Marketing

Invest Like the Best

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Jessi Pujji - A Primer on Performance Marketing

"So jesse the first part of this conversation is going to be what. I'll call the definitive conversation on performance marketing and i guess really just marketing generally speaking to set the stage as to why you are the right person to be having this conversation with. Just tell us the short history thumbnail version of an push how it got started. And what you've been doing since its founding. Yeah sure. I was not born. A performance marketer. Rank wouldn't wouldn't have expected myself to end up here. Ten years ago is i was working at goldman sachs and i went to wharton and if you go to wharton goldman sachs says the goal of every word kid. I got that ring and my dad was an entrepreneur came from india. I grew up around that entrepreneurship. What i thought i was going to do. But kinda said man. I want to see what it's like to be an investor and learn about that. And you know i liked it but i didn't love it and i said i wanna love what i do and so pretty much on a whim moved out west and said hey i'm gonna start a business and was as in love with the idea of starting a business as i was about and i specifically wanted to build something building organization culture and said you know what let's bootstrap this thing. We don't want to raise angel round and then have a gun on her head and burn money. We want to get something that can make money from early on. And we went around talked a lot of mentors and friends and they said oh you're good with numbers and data go look at performance marketing. That you'll figure something out there and we started calling it sandbox entrepreneurship. which was. We're not going to come up with an idea. Sitting are goldman sachs as what we get in the sandbox of something. We'll figure something out and so we kind of did it like nerdy. People would pick a business ideas so he's okay. We got it number. Zero online marketing. That works will. We don't have any relationships with anyone. We're twenty-five years this. this is late. Two thousand nine early thousand ten or don't know anyone don't have any relationships so how do we get into digital marketing. Well there's this thing called performance marketing netflix's invented it and they'll just pay you kind of like a bounty. They'll pay you fifty dollars or one hundred dollars every time you get them a customer you take all the risks and you make the margin and we go arbitrage. That sounds familiar like. Let's go do that right. And let's go figure that

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Justin Willman on Magic, Illusion, and Manipulation

Influence

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Justin Willman on Magic, Illusion, and Manipulation

"On his netflix show magic humans. The magician justin willman. Does this trick could influencing the influences these days. you don't have to be a doctor or a magician. Have power over people. Social media can give anyone the ability to influence the masses. Just an invite three influences to a place called world of fruit basically a warehouse with over the top fruit themed rooms. It looks like it's perfectly designed fans. I've always wondered as being influenced me that you are less susceptible to being influenced overstating. It gives them a till books. Fifty completely random props an ice cube tray gravy boat amyloid ring etc etc and then sends them off to take selfies with the props. They've chosen down come on back. They return frenzied but confident. Just then ask the influences to pick their favorite picture in the favourite room with their favorite prop. Raise your hand. If you chose a pick with the simpler hemorrhoids. Dona raise your hand if you chose the ice cube tray. Everyone raises their hand fleet. I reveal somehow each influence posted a picture of themselves with the same prop in the same room with the same post complete with the exact same caption. The ice cube tray on the watermelon swing in front of my face. The hashtag was trade core. What were your hashtags trae. Cool

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The possible reason behind the naming of Xbox network

Daily Tech News Show

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

The possible reason behind the naming of Xbox network

"The new naming of xbox and brian wrote in and said they. It's important to note that the network in xbox network is not capitalized not capitalize that ends specifically this is presumably because xbox network is just infrastructure a product or a service being marketed to end users considering the increasing number of activities that no longer require. Xbox live such as streaming services like netflix gene. Soon chad plane free to play games online. It makes sense to differentiate the xbox live service from the network that it runs on. He's not wrong. he's parsing ended a little close. It's a little bit of kremlinology like and the reason it's a lower case in but also i could totally see a group of marketing people brainstorming the name and say let's make the end lower case to sort of indicate that this is really that it's just network no totally totally see that

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"netflix" Discussed on Land of the Giants

Land of the Giants

05:03 min | 9 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 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 Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"netflix" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Then it became this sort of conversation about 'gate-keeping all of a sudden, Steven Spielberg and other old white men in Hollywood once you stop young, women and filmmakers of color, tell their. Stories on Netflix. And that's what it like muted into which is like Netflix dream. And then basically Netflix releases statement in response being like, we love cinema. We love providing this opportunity for filmmakers sort of thing. So that's my recap of of what we've done there. Devlin says. No, I think that was pretty thorough. Yeah. Netflix. It's kind of position themselves as defenders of cinema, and the sort of, you know, you know, and then people kind of fired back without saying the blue if you love cinema so much. Why do you only have seventeen movies made before nineteen ninety-five or whatever on your? I think that was someone exaggerating, but I don't know the actual numbers. But like Netflix notoriously has really bad catalogue of older movies, which people worry about because you at least you'll used to be able to get those at the video store. Now, you know, how do people access them? So it's been an interesting debate one that also you mentioned, David Varney dramatic, but Paul Schrader who wrote and directed I reformed which is huge critical hidden in two thousand eighteen Oscar nominee for screenplay and Sean Baker who made the Florida project and tan. Green day kind of offered solutions that were somewhat similar in terms of like paying a little extra for streaming service to be able to go see a movie in the theaters, you know, and it was interesting. Some unlike Schrader who's been in the business forever. Kind of saying look these models are changing there needs to be some adaptation, you know, not just from the streaming services side, but from everyone else's, and I think I don't know he seemed to lay out a pretty sober reasonable solution or the beginning of a solution. Yeah. Pulse. Raiders point. I thought it was really interesting that eight twenty four really took their time with first reform. They ruled it out really slowly they played it all over the place, and it really grew in a way that many films. Don't like kind of at was went from kind of being an also ran in Toronto in twenty seventeen to being this autonomy. But that isn't really what they're asking. Netflix to do that. I think that's a really good argument for having these traditional distributors still. But what back to what you said the beginning Joanna whether asking Netflix to do is to play their movies in theaters for four weeks, and as our colleague. Keegan reported at the Hollywood reporter with the Irishman coming marker says he really wants to insist that the Africa released so they were going to do something like that for the Irishman at least anyway..

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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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"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

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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"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

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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"netflix" Discussed on TechStuff

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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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

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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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

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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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

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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"netflix" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

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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"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

"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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"netflix" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:57 min | 3 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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