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Netflix says Believe Company is Very Close To Being Sustainably FCF Positive
Netflix, Inc. is a provider of subscription streaming entertainment service. The Company has paid streaming memberships in over 190 countries and it allows members to watch a variety of television (TV) series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any Internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, without commercials. It offers a variety of streaming membership plans, the price of which varies by country and the features of the plan. Pricing on its plans ranges from $3 to $23 per month. Members can watch content from Netflix through any Internet-connected device that offers the Netflix application, including smart TVs, game consoles, streaming media players, set-top boxes, smartphones and tablets. The Company acquires, licenses and produces content, including original programing.
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Theodore A. Sarandos
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Spencer Adam Neumann
Chief Financial Officer
Gregory K. Peters
Chief Operating Officer, Chief Product Officer
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Netflix Inc said on Thursday it plans to invest $500 million on original movies and TV shows in South Korea this year, as the streaming giant expands in one of the fastest growing markets in Asia.
Indian-Nigerian restaurant owner Hamisha Daryani Ahuja gave up her long-running business to pursue her dream of making movies.
Video streaming service HBO Max will launch in 39 regions across Latin America and the Caribbean in late June, AT&T Inc's Warner Media said on Thursday, in the first foray outside the United States.
Barack and Michelle Obama's production company on Friday announced six new projects in development for Netflix Inc, including a love story with a supernatural twist and a young adult thriller.
Director Spike Lee's Vietnam War drama "Da 5 Bloods" roared back into the Hollywood awards race on Thursday when it was nominated for the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards, while presumed Oscar contender "Mank" got just one nod.
Netflix Inc on Thursday raised monthly charges in Japan for its standard and basic plan as the streaming giant spends heavily on original content to stave off rising competition.
Hollywood period drama "Mank" led a list of Golden Globe nominations on Wednesday that were strong on diversity and dominated by Netflix in a reflection of the upheaval wrought by the coronavirus pandemic on the movie world.
* Spike Lee shutout among surprising choices (Adds snubs and surprises)
American singer and actress Zendaya says she has never yet forgotten to thank a loved one at a big event - and is certainly not likely to after making the intimate "Malcolm & Marie."
Oscar winner Gary Oldman goes back to 1930s Hollywood in Netflix film "Mank", playing screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he pens "Citizen Kane".
Carey Mulligan helps unearth a trove of ancient treasures in "The Dig" but one excavation stunt terrified the actor during filming - ensuring co-star Ralph Fiennes did not suffocate while buried in mud.
iQiyi, China's answer to Netflix, will offer free movies and television shows in some areas over the Lunar New Year holiday, after Beijing urged platforms to drop their paywalls with many people stuck at home to help combat the pandemic.
U.S. stocks closed at record highs on Wednesday as Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th U.S. president, while solid results from Netflix sparked a rally in shares of "stay-at-home" beneficiaries.
* FAANGs jump after Netflix results beat estimates (Adds closing details; updates prices to close)
* Dow up 0.68%, S&P 500 up 1.36%, Nasdaq up 1.97% (Adds comments; updates prices; adds New York dateline; changes byline)
U.S. stocks opened near record highs on Wednesday, as Joe Biden prepared to take charge as U.S. President, while Netflix jumped after saying it will no longer need to borrow billions of dollars to finance its TV shows and movies.
Netflix Inc said on Tuesday its global subscriber rolls crossed 200 million at the end of 2020 and projected it will no longer need to borrow billions of dollars to finance its broad slate of TV shows and movies.
Netflix Inc beat Wall Street estimates for holiday quarter paid subscriber additions on Tuesday, as its originals like "Bridgerton" and "The Queen's Gambit" helped attract more viewers sheltering at home due to fresh COVID-19 restrictions.
"Tiger King" star Jeff Lowe, the former business partner at the private wildcat zoo featured in the hit Netflix series, has been ordered to surrender his cubs and their mothers after the death of two young tigers in his care.
Amazon.com on Wednesday launched a lower-priced mobile-only subscription plan for its video streaming service in India, undercutting a similar plan by Netflix Inc to woo price-sensitive subscribers.
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