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Charkie Stevenson

I can't watch netflixs on window media center? I've paid my bill an will pay just make it play.


Just went through the financials of Netflix recent earnings post. In the 3 months ending June 30, 2012, the company spent $374 million acquire streaming rights for their 23 million streaming customers. Over the same period, they spent $8 million on DVD acquisition for their roughly 9 million DVD customers.

I haven't been a fan of the notion that the DVD and streaming should be split up - but on looking at this, I am now. I'm tired of subsidizing the "wave of the future." I hope someone buys this DVD business from them, and pays attention to it. It could be profitable for a long, long time.


Long long time Jay?


I'd like to see how profitable/desirable Netflix DVD is when Saturday delivery is gone and it takes an extra 1-2 days each way for your disc. Redbox will benefit, NF DVD side will have to to take a knee and hope to beat the count. As it stands now, the DVD side is AWESOME, but I'm not going to begrudge a company for planning for the future. Big changes are coming to the USPS, that is a given, how quickly is the only variable.


I'll believe the big changes to the postal system when I see them. Politically, the USPS is too convenient for too many voters - I suspect little will change. We've been hearing about the big changes at the post office for years now. It doesn't seem like much really changes.

I don't begrudge them their planning for the future, but the imbalance is absurd.

Josh Loewen

If you're looking for a complete list of what's on Netflix, here's a couple good sources for complete lists of what's on netflix:
netflixcanadacompletelist.blogspot.com (for Canada, eh)

Both are updated daily, and provide a complete list ordered by name, and by release year.

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