Netflix Bounces Back

I like netflix. I would love if they would include more old school movies: sixteen candles, fast times at ridge mount high, Freddy and Jason movies, etc.

Pitt Business Review

Written by Ivy Kolpon
Edited by Sam Eisen

In 2010, Netflix suffered a sharp membership drop when it decided to introduce Qwikster, a service that separated their DVD service and online streaming service.  Two years later, it is safe to say Netflix managed to reverse much of the negative impact from Qwikster.  The subscription based digital distribution service has just closed two deals with Time Warner and Disney.  Netflix can now boast two more prestigious networks in an already extensive library, representing a significant coup for the streaming service. Netflix can expect a huge spike in the number of children using the service as Time Warner and Disney both produce a large number of animated shows and movies.
Not only has Netflix closed deals with new clients, the DVD-by-mail and streaming company has recently launched its own original programming content.  With tough competitors such as HBO and Showtime refusing to…

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