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Netflix (NFLX) and the Streaming Wars
An SI Board Since May 2002
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Emcee:  Glenn Petersen Type:  Unmoderated
Netflix (stock symbol: NFLX) completed its initial public offering on May 23, 2002, when it raised gross proceeds of $75 million through the sale of 5,000,000 shares of common stock at $15.00 per share. The company has initially tried to go public in April 2000, but had to withdraw its registration statement when the IPO market soured. The shares have since been split two times: 2 for 1 on February 12, 2004, and 7 for 1 on July 15, 2015 The split-adjusted price of the IPO shares is $1.07.

Netflix disrupted the content distribution business by launching an online entertainment subscription site, allowing users to rent three DVDs a month for a monthly subscription charge of $ 19.95. It subsequently upended its original business model and has become the dominant company streaming content over the Internet. An increasing amount of this content is internally created by Netflix.

This board has been created for the purpose of discussing Netflix's stock price, financial prospects and actual results, the merits of its business model, the Netflix experience and the entertainment content creation and distribution business in general. Also, the competing streaming services that have been rolled out in recent years, which include HBO Max, Hulu, Disney and Amazon Prime. It is neither a Bulls nor a Bears board and all opinions are welcome.

The board is moderated and my expectation is that everyone will be civil to one another. Pretend that your mother is reading the board and that she knows your virtual handle. No name calling and please avoid engaging in political commentary unless it has a specific bearing on Netflix.

The board was originally created by RockyBalboa (a/k/a Infostream,com) on May 23, 2002.

JustWatch (a streaming service search engine): justwatch.com h/t J.F. Sebastian

SEC filings: sec.gov

Netflix's Investor Relations page: ir.netflix.com

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2053Potential consolidation: Comcast and ViacomCBS face prisoner’s dilemma as they Glenn Petersen1Wednesday
2052Thinking the WSJ version (excerpt) may be more numeric or different, here it is Sr K1Tuesday
2051Netflix beats on paid subscriber growth, but misses earnings expectations PUBLIGlenn Petersen2Tuesday
2050Netflix’s Videogame Gambit Is Taking Shape as Streaming Competition Grows The cGlenn Petersen-July 16
2049Inside Shonda Rhimes’ Second Netflix Pact: A “Significant” Raise and New RevenueGlenn Petersen-July 13
2048Barry Diller Headed 2 Hollywood Studios. He Now Says The Movie Business Is Dead Glenn Petersen-July 9
2047I suspect NFLX stock will take a big hit after earnings are announced. With allJ.F. Sebastian-July 9
2046I didn't see any numbers, for subscribers or expenses or growth. But NETFLIXSr K-July 9
2045Note that the name of the board has been changed to Netflix (NFLX) and the StreaGlenn Petersen1July 5
2044The honeymoon is over for streaming services: Here’s where the major players staGlenn Petersen2July 5
2043Inside Comcast’s Plan to Become a Streaming Giant The broadband and cable compaGlenn Petersen-June 23
2042Netflix: The Store! New York Times June 10, 2021 There will be “Lupin” pillowsGlenn Petersen1June 10
2041Paramount+ will launch a $4.99 monthly ad-supported subscription Amanda SilberlGlenn Petersen-June 3
2040Well, I will give you my subscription as an example. I live in Canada. Here we Alexis325-June 1
2039The only other real competitor in my household is Disney+. The catalog of classStockBee-May 26
2038Barry Diller says Netflix won the streaming war years ago and no one else will bGlenn Petersen1May 21
2037HBO Max to launch $10-a-month tier with ads first week of June A $5 discount, tGlenn Petersen-May 19
2036Amazon Said to Make $9 Billion Offer for MGM By Todd Spangler, Joe Otterson, Glenn Petersen-May 18
2035Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ and Other Netflix Movies Turn Up in Theaters FGlenn Petersen-May 16
2034Disney Plus Hits 103.6 Million Subscribers as Rapid Growth Slows, ESPN Plus PerkGlenn Petersen-May 14
2033Streaming Giants Are Spending Billions Overseas. Here Comes the Pushback. NetflGlenn Petersen-May 13
2032Roku and YouTube TV are now in an all-out public showdown The companies are blamTimF2May 9
2031I think that there is room for both Disney+ and Netflix to thrive. Their core taGlenn Petersen-May 4
2030IMO, Disney is a better buy than Netflix atm. Disney are buying rights to some tHarshu Vyas-May 4
2029Netflix Actors Filming Robbery Scene Under Siege By Armed Police Believing It ToTimF-May 3
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