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Netflix’s Price Increase Signals Original Content Isn’t Enough
Danny Straus 10/9/2017 12:49:43 PM

I don't think that's so clear cut. #Netflix hasn't raised it's prices much and is still a bargain for what it offers. Netflix is still much cheaper than #Hulu which charges $11.99 per month (for no commercials, like Netflix). On the contrary, I think that this increase is meant to fuel a greater investment in it's original content since this is one area where others can't compete (at least not without investing billions themselves). And even then, loyal fans will stay with Netflix for it's original shows which they have come to love. $NFLX.

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Duanne Johnson 5/10/2017 6:52:32 PM

That's a good point, but many people also have #Hulu or #Amazon's Instant Video. With Amazon in particular you can purchase additional subscriptions al a carte, like #HBO.

#DTV along with these options are going to kill the cable companies unless they adopt a similar streaming model that's more affordable.

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Carol Klein 12/9/2016 7:00:57 PM

Interesting read but I have to take issue with your comment that "For creating new content, there are no barriers to entry." How can you say that? Creating a quality TV program or movie can take hundreds of millions of dollars. Especially if it involves a cast with star power. #Netflix and #Amazon definitely excel at this. Personally I think #Hulu and #YouTube fall short. $NFLX $AMZN

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