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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings on competition and content creation in India

With Amazon flexing its muscle and soon to be Disney-owned Hotstar in the fray, the Indian OTT market is super competitive and exciting, feels Netflix CEO Reed Hastings. "There is also lots happening on Amazon, and on Hotstar, which is now going to be owned by Disney... It's a super competitive,...

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Spencer Neumann appointed Netflix CFO

Spencer Neumann will be joining Netflix as chief financial officer, the company has confirmed. Before this, Neumann was CFO of Activision Blizzard and is also equipped with experiences from senior positions at The Walt Disney Company.

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Netflix CEO excited about Disney’s entry into OTT

Netflix has a new market threat – the upcoming streaming service Disney+. Despite all the market speculation, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings seems calm and relaxed.

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Netflix has no plans to introduce cheaper offerings in India

MUMBAI: Denying market buzz about Netflix’s plan to introduce cheaper subscription plans in India, the streaming video giant’s CEO Reed Hastings said that an executive’s comments suggesting otherwise had been “misunderstood.”

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Netflix adds 6.96 mn subscribers in Q3

After a disappointing Q2 result, global streaming giant Netflix has again beat all expectations in its Q3 earnings. Netflix has not only added 6.96 million subscribers in this quarter but it has reported $4 billion streaming revenue for the quarter which is up 36 per cent year over year.

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