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The streaming video company on Tuesday said it is now sending out emails to all US subscribers who share passwords with people outside their household, as part of a long planned move to limit password sharing.
New York (CNN) -- Netflix is officially beginning its crackdown on users who share passwords in the United States.
By Jordan Valinsky, CNN
The DVD service, which still delivers films and TV shows in the red-and-white envelopes that once served as Netflix's emblem, plans to mail its final discs on Sept. 29.
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By Marianne Garvey, CNN
While Netflix won’t say when paid sharing will come to other countries, some version of the plan is expected to be introduced in the U.S. in the next few weeks. Around one-third of Netflix's subscribers live in the U.S. and Canada.
Netflix today said that it plans to roll out paid sharing "more broadly" in the first quarter of 2023, expanding a crackdown on Netflix accounts that are shared between multiple households.
Netflix’s subscriber growth is surging again, providing an early sign that its shift to include ads in a cheaper version of its video streaming service is helping to combat tougher competition and attract cost-conscious customers grappling with inflation.
Netflix is seemingly back to growing after watching its stock and reputation take a hit all year due to subscriber losses. It currently has 223 million subscribers worldwide.
Netflix today announced the upcoming launch of the ad-supported tier that has been in the works for the last several months. The new “Basic With Ads” plan is priced at $6.99 per month in the United States.
Netflix appears to be making its next big bet on the future of gaming, building its first in-house video game studio in Helsinki, Finland.
After disclosing in April that it lost 200,000 subscribers, leading to a steep drop in its share price, all eyes were on Netflix Tuesday, with Wall Street, Hollywood and the media world all hyper-focused on its subscription numbers. The company's shares had dropped dramatically during a nightmare year. Now the outlook is much more positive.
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Netflix, once a darling of Wall Street, is suddenly on the ropes. The streaming giant will report its second-quarter earnings on Tuesday, and it's shaping up to be one of the most consequential moments in the 25-year history of the company. Here's what's happening.
Netflix has picked Microsoft to help deliver the commercials in a cheaper version of its video streaming service expected to launch later this year with a pledge to minimize the intrusions into personal privacy that often accompany digital ads.
Looking for a new TV show that the whole family can enjoy? Here are the best family-friendly shows on Netflix you can't miss this summer.
Did you know many of the spooky locations of major events in Stranger Things are based on real-life places right here in the Triangle? You can see them for yourself ahead of the Season 4 release next weekend.
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Netflix will lay off some 300 workers, according to multiple reports, as subscriber numbers, revenues, and the company’s stock price have plummeted recently.
Netflix's smash-hit "Squid Game," a fictional South Korean series in which contestants compete in a series of schoolyard games that will kill them if they lose, all for a few billion won, is bleak, dystopian and searingly political.
By Scottie Andrew, CNN
Netflix has officially green lit a second season of the wildly popular 'Squid Games.'
Conditions suggest that we're still in a stock picker's stock market, but investors can look beyond MT. FAANG for strong companies as earnings season continues.
Once bullish experts and analysts who viewed Netflix as the linchpin of a transforming entertainment industry are now concerned about its growth going forward. And they're wondering what the future of the company — and all of streaming — might look like.
Apparently, Netflix may start charging for “account sharing,” and please hold my avocado toast. Here’s the thing. I get that this is a morally gray area in my millennial heart. So let's talk ...
Shares of Netflix are imploding after the company reported its first quarterly loss of subscribers in more than a decade, far underperforming expectations and worrying investors that had been betting that a handful of big tech companies would continue to grow at a rapid clip.
After shares tanked earlier this year because of concerns over its subscriber growth, Netflix said Tuesday that it lost subscribers when it reported first quarter earnings on Tuesday.