After years of cynicism over the idea of sharing content with digital platforms, CBS Corporation seems to have seen the light, with chief executive Les Moonves telling reporters that an expansion of the company's deal with Netflix was almost a done deal…
More than 800 hours of content from A&E Networks disappeared from Netflix's Watch Instantly service on Friday, and it may not be coming back quick enough for the streaming provider, thanks to complicated negotiations.
Betting that original shows will increase the company's overall subscriber base, Netflix is starting off 2013 with a new political drama.
After a rocky PR year in 2011, Netflix may finally get some positive attention for its new Open Connect content delivery system, which may improve streaming service.
No matter how much time you've wasted on Netflix, streaming movies and shows you're not even paying attention to, you're still better than New York's Mike Malkoff, who managed a staggering 252 movies in a 30-day period. No wonder that Netflix wanted to fly him…
Netflix has already branched out into funding original content for its Watch Instantly service, but a new deal may see it co-fund a television program for cable television for the first time.
ABC has added three series to Netflix's Watch Instantly service, hoping to win over new fans for each show ahead of the upcoming broadcasts of their second season premieres.
The Department of Justice has reportedly launched an investigation into whether cable companies have unfairly hampered competition from video streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
Ideal for avid television watchers, a new feature on Netflix allows users to sit back and relax rather than messing with the remote.
Redbox Instant could challenge Netflix for market share come Christmas.
A Microsoft takeover of Netflix? Could such a deal really be on the cards?
Netflix overtook Apple for the first time in terms of dollar market share for online movie revenue last year, as subscription-based movie viewing took off in the US in a big way.
A Senate amendment to the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 would allow Netflix users to share videos and video watching history automatically through Facebook, Spotify-style.
Netflix and DirecTV are both said to be in talks with cable channel AMC to continue the channel's cancelled crime series 'The Killing' as a streaming or carrier-exclusive show.
Would you give up your cable subscription for the Internet? Probably not - but what if you had been taught that the Internet removes the need for a subscription before you'd signed on in the first place?