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Transcript: Netflix By:Balraj The manufactors of DVD players had dropped during Christmas & boxing day and he slipped a Netflix coupon with every box and he became successful In 2002 the industry became public. Other companies started to compete with Netflix and then they lowered the prices. BlockBuster folded out and Netflix was left alone Netflix need all lisences and agreement for the movie streaming Back then not many people streamed stuff. Unlike today many people do If streaming technology does hit a high then Netflix would need to buy more severs to meet the demand of users. About the company and business The End Reed was born in 1960 in Boston and his dad was a lawyer He joined the peace core Got a masters in computer science at Standford He started a company called Pure Software Pure Software IPO 1995 was successful they opened at $17.00 and closed at $29.75 Sold for around $700 million Netflix started in 1998 an online store to rent DVD's via mail. In 1998 less than 1% has a DVD player Cost for DVD player was $600 He joins Cali's Board of Education as a second job Reed is the owner of Netflix and he created the company. About the founder and CEO By Balraj Bajwa Personal Opinion About the Industry Have you ever watched a video/movie online? Yes,Iv'e used netflix before it's quality is good but contect is short Have you ever used Netflix? Yes, The quality in HD is pretty good. Have you ever used “Shaw on demand”? No , this is a tatic to make people use shaw services not Netflix's In your opinion will Netflix be around in 2020? Of course they will as technology advances Netflix will basically remain only a streaming. I think Netflix is pretty good since it intergrated into the Xbox , ps3 and DVD players so it's a good thing.Except it uses a lot of bandwidth which internet providers can limit. When Netflix started they had a promo rent unlimited DVDS and no late fees They made $5million in 2000 and lost $57million The company after blockbuster folded Netflix went towards streaming out movies/shows. In 2011 Netflix hit around 200 million subscribers July.12/2011 was $8 and it was increased to $12 they lost around 1 million subscibers because of this price increase. Last year they were around $300 in stock Netflix became portable since it went to online streaming. They made the mistake not listening to their customers and seperating the movie rental from the streaming services.

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Transcript: Amazon Prime- $79/year Hulu Plus- Sitcoms $7.99/month Google- Size and software Itunes- Size and accessibility Redbox- Easy, Simple, Fast, Low cost Vudu- Purchase individually 1 History of Netflix Who is their competition Competitive advantage Strengths Why change The reconstructed Netflix Issues with the implementation NETFLIX 6 Agenda 3 Netflix was founded in 1997, in California by Mark Randolph and Reed Hastings. Inspiration for the founding of a company: A Blockbuster late fee. Official website first launched in April 1998. A year later they introduced the monthly subscription concept. Their IPO was in May of 2002, which raised over $82 million. In 2005 there were over 35,000 film titles and they shipped over 1 million DVD’s every day. MGNT 2390 Strategic Change Questions? Competition 12/2/12 5 8 Netflix: Competitive Advantage Porter’s Five Forces model: Threat of New Competition - Barriers to Entry First to enter online market Difficult for firms to enter the market and offer the same value for a cheaper or equal price Largest database of video options Pricing Changes 60% Increase Netflix and Qwikster Separate System Name Change Questionable Timing 7 Company History Implementation Issues 4 Creating strong relationships with large studios for a discounted price Monthly subscription No Contract - Month to Month Darren Pugh Qwikster Focuses on the DVD by mail Netflix Focuses on the online streaming Price restructure Netflix: Strengths 2 Netflix Reconstructed Company had dominant market share in entertainment media specifically the rental market Restructured in 3rd quarter of 2011 Separated DVD-by-mail and online streaming Strong negative reaction from consumers What led to restructuring? Rapid changes in technology Faster Speed Mobile Devices Internet capabilities from TV [E.g. On Demand] Lower costs to consumers Switch to online streaming from competitors Felt that physical media is being phased out Did not want to be left behind

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Transcript: What is it? is a provider of on-demand Internet streaming media (movies & TV) provides flat rate DVD-by-mail services (US only) Where is it? Headquarters in Los Gatos, California, US Serving: North America South America United Kingdom & Ireland When is it? Established in 1997 It starts its subscription-based digital distribution service in 1999 February 25, 2007, announces the billionth DVD delivery In April 2011, announces 23.6 million subscribers In 2011, total digital revenue reaches $1.5 billion Netflix launches in the UK and Ireland on January 9, 2012 Defending the July price increase as necessary, Hastings went on to say that the company has vastly expanded its library of available content. In addition to adding movie titles from Paramount, Sony, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros., Lionsgate, MGM and Miramax, Hastings also noted that in “the last couple of weeks alone, we’ve added over 3,500 TV episodes from ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, USA, E!, Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, ABC Family, Discovery Channel, TLC, SyFy, A&E, History, and PBS.” Read more: http://blogcritics.org/video/article/netflix-kills-quickster/#ixzz1na0yJi67 "As a rule of thumb, if you can get it on DVD or 4od, it's on Netflix - so for example Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2 are there, but not Season 3, which hasn't been released in the UK yet. Netflix operates in what it calls the "post-DVD window", which means some studios don't let it stream their films until long after their DVD release. If you compare Netflix with the current UK DVD chart, you'll see what that means: there's no Bridesmaids, no King's Speech, no Drive, Due Date or Inbetweeners Movie. In some cases films don't turn up on Netflix at all, because distributors think Netflix's subscriptions are too cheap. While the choice of programmes and films is very wide, there are noticeable omissions such as Disney, whose most popular films and TV shows - The Lion King, Phineas and Ferb and so on - are absent. " Questions? http://people.forbes.com/profile/reed-hastings/53620 Chief Product Officer, leading the product team, which designs, builds and optimizes the Netflix experience. Before to Netflix, Neil worked in various engineering and product roles at Pure Software where he first met Reed. Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Aberdeen Netflix, Inc. trades under the NFLX symbol on the Nasdaq stock exchange. +1 (408) 540-3700 Undergraduate in Mathematics Masters in Computer Science Worked for Adaptive Technology for one year before starting his first business Pure Software 100 Winchester Circle, Los Gatos, CA 95032 In September Netflix announced it would seperate it's DVD rental service under a new name "Quickster". This plan was killed in October after countless complaints What devices do you need? Netflix, Inc. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/av-accessories/netflix-netflix-1065801/review "I think there's a huge category of people who will watch movies on laptops," says Hastings."And remember, it's not the laptop of today. Think of the laptop in five years. People will continue to want to watch movies on TV. No doubt about it. But laptop screens are improving. And young people are living on laptops." Reed Hastings House of Cards Orange is the New Black Arrested Development (upcoming season) Productions Employees https://signup.netflix.com/ Examples of what you will/won't find: Fun Fact: Hasting's was a door to door vacuum cleaner salesman out of highschool "It closed down part of John St. in downtown Toronto and attracted a crowd to the launch event, but neglected to say that many of those in the crowd were actors paid to be there. An information sheet handed out to the paid extras said: “Extras are to look really excited, particularly if asked by media to do any interviews about the prospect of Netflix in Canada.” After word of the ruse spread on Twitter, Netflix apologized and said the extras should not have been talking to reporters. A spokesman for Netflix said the handout for extras was required to obtain a film permit for the launch. The instruction sheet referred to Wednesday’s event as a “corporate documentary.”" http://sogweb.sog.unc.edu/blogs/mikesblog/?p=2255 Sources David Hyman has served as Netflix General Counsel since 2002. He also serves as the Company’s Secretary. "Horrible costumer service" Distribution Neil Hunt Quickster Controversy -900 at corporate headquarters. -Relatively new office in Toronto (2011) -unrealised number of employees. Competition PS3 XBOX 360 Wii Computer 700+ devices support netflix Youtube iTunes Rogers On-Demand established cable & satellite companies Pirate sites www.netflix.com For example, the first three seasons of Mad Men are available, but none of the episodes from the fourth. Glee isn’t available at all. As well, the first five seasons of Trailer Park Boys are available, but the final two seasons are not. Patty McCord, Chief Talent Officer David Hyman, General Counsel Patty and her team maintain the unique corporate

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