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Netflix (NFLX)
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 entertainment content creation and distribution business in general. 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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1950Exclusive: Disney+ Sees Huge Subscription Spike As Homebound Audiences Clamor FoGlenn Petersen-March 24
1949Netflix, YouTube cut video quality in Europe after pressure from EU official NetTimF-March 22
1948Netflix launches $100 million coronavirus relief fund to help jobless cast and czax1March 20
1947Netflix will reduce streaming quality to Europe for 30 days [GP edit: Since follGlenn Petersen-March 20
1946Movie Crowds Stay Away. Theaters Hope It’s Not for Good. Cinemas, already conteGlenn Petersen-March 17
1945 In the short run, people will likely flock to streaming services such as NetfliGlenn Petersen-March 12
1944[tweet]SI Ron (Soup Nazi)-March 11
1943Quibi, another streamer of sorts. Not really a Netflix competitor. Quibi Is CoGlenn Petersen-March 7
1942Disney+ may not be the Netflix killer everyone thought it would be February 26,Glenn Petersen1February 26
1941Why Comcast agreed to buy Xumo, an ad-supported free streaming service PublisheGlenn Petersen-February 25
1940Netflix will soon show you a list of the top 10 movies and TV shows Published MGlenn Petersen-February 24
1939Fox in Talks to Acquire Free-Streaming Service Tubi for Over $500 Million (ReporGlenn Petersen-February 23
1938CBS will massively expand All Access’ streaming library in 2020 CBS All Access Glenn Petersen-February 20
1937Streaming accounts for nearly one-fifth of total US TV watching, according to NiGlenn Petersen1February 11
1936Amazon, Apple and HBO Hit Culver City to Fight the Streaming War By Edvard PetGlenn Petersen-February 11
193524 Oscar nominations two wins.Glenn Petersen-February 11
1934What don't they get?Glenn Petersen-February 7
1933Finally, Netflix is offering a way to turn off auto-play previews — here's hJ.F. Sebastian2February 7
1932CBS doesn't get it, Viacom doesn't get it. ViacomCBS doesn't get it.Sr K-February 6
1931deletedSr K-February 6
1930Another competitor steps up:ViacomCBS to launch new streaming service blending CGlenn Petersen1February 6
1929Netflix Spends Big for Oscars—Will Hollywood Give In? With lavish parties, hugGlenn Petersen1February 4
1928Netflix shares rise slightly despite weak guidance, domestic subscriber miss PuGlenn Petersen-January 21
19271/21 Netflix Inc. missed its forecast for U.S. subscriber growth for the third Sr K-January 21
1926NBC’s Peacock streaming service will launch on July 15th with three different prGlenn Petersen-January 18
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