The streaming giant is doubling down on bobbleheads and T-shirts to monetize its fandoms.
The “streaming struggles” may be more accurate.
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In Europe, Mexico, and Australia, Netflix now owns legal rights to the name.
Netflix began testing a feature that would let viewers watch content at 0.5x speed and 1.5x speed, stirring up controversy among creators and critics alike.
As NBC’s “The Office” nears a contract renewal with Netflix, many are speculating the streaming giant will have to pay an arm and a leg to keep the people person’s paper people.
Now that it is confident its viewers are hooked, Netflix is increasing its prices more drastically than ever before.
Beyond the novelty of gimmick itself is massive marketing potential for Netflix to discover its users’ real-life preferences beyond their most “recently watched.”
The media giant is raising yet another $2B in debt financing to keep its massive list of original content thriving while it burns through money.
Netflix hired Rachel Whetstone, a PR mastermind who has managed crises at Google, Uber, and Facebook, to prepare for the storm.
Netflix recently surpassed Comcast in value, and given its rapid growth in the past few years it is on track to take on Disney for the media industry’s crown.