Netflix Lands 3D Printing Film Exclusive

Netflix Lands 3D Printing Film Exclusive

By Greg Tarr On Mar 26 2014 - 4:21pm




Beverly Hills, Calif. — 3D printing enthusiasts will soon be able to take a closer look at the technology through the SXSW Film Festival award-winning “Print The Legend,” which has just been acquired for presentation by Netflix.

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Netflix, Comcast Deal Raises Flags

Netflix, Comcast Deal Raises Flags

By Greg Tarr On Feb 24 2014 - 11:56am




Los Gatos, Calif. — Netflix took a strategic step Sunday to ensure that its subscribers who use Comcast broadband service continue to receive unimpeded movie and TV program streaming.

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal Sunday, Netflix agreed to pay Comcast for direct access to its broadband network, eliminating the need to go through backbone service providers, which have been under pressure to pay ISPs like Comcast for improved access to their broadband users.

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OTT Viewing Tops With Young Adults

OTT Viewing Tops With Young Adults

By Greg Tarr On Oct 7 2013 - 3:35pm




Port Washington, N.Y. – Seventy-five percent of adults 18-34 use connected TVs to watch over-the-top (OTT) video, according to a new study by The NPD Group.

The study suggests that young adults are overwhelmingly streaming online video content such as YouTube and Netflix as “the most prominent way of accessing video content.”

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Study: Netflix, YouTube Use On The Rise

Study: Netflix, YouTube Use On The Rise

By Greg Tarr On Nov 8 2012 - 11:02am

Overall average Internet data usage for North America rose 120 percent to 659MB
Overall average Internet data usage for North America rose 120 percent to 659MB per month for mobile and 51GB for a landline in the past year on North American fixed line networks (51GB is equivalent to 81 hours of video).


Waterloo, Ontario – A Sandvine Internet traffic study showed Netflix usage rose 28.8 percent to take the No. 1 streaming service position for fixed network use going into the second half of 2012, followed by YouTube, which saw traffic rise to 13.1 percent.

Netflix commanded fixed network share, with 33 percent, while YouTube took the leading position among mobile users, with nearly 31 percent of smartphone streaming use.

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