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  • bohica_bob_bubble_arse bohica_bob_bubble_arse Aug 6, 2010 1:04 PM Flag

    Has "singhlion2001k" got on that dingy to India yet. The callcentres need U, Mr Loudmouth

    WHat else isnew ?

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    • The day :netflix bust fate sealed

      epix news

      for the record

      suckers;lol

      amen

    • this record must stay in domain: EPIX.DEAL SPINS

      EPIX will ruin itself in the deal?Lol

      Among the issues the two companies are discussing is when exactly Epix would allow Netflix to start streaming its movies. One person familiar with the matter said it would be at some point after Epix starts airing new movies, typically several months after they launch on DVD.

      Epix, which launched last year amid doubts that there was room for another pay television channel, is currently carried on only a handful of smaller cable and satellite operators, such as Cox Communications, Charter Communications and Dish Network. In a recent interview, the channel's chief executive, Mark Greenberg, said he expects to reach between 3 million and 4 million television subscribers this summer. The new deal would immediately make his company's movies available to 15 million Netflix subscribers, 61% of whom have previously used its online service.
      However, major cable carriers such as Comcast Corp. may be put off by the partnership, which would make paying to subscribe to Epix's channel less appealing to the Netflix users. Epix and its partner studios have apparently concluded that they are willing to make a big bet on the digital future by partnering with content-hungry Netflix.

      On a recent call with Wall Street analysts, Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings said his company is "investing aggressively in streaming content because of the clear benefits to the business," citing the opportunity to attract more subscribers and spend less on postage to ship DVDs.

      A partnership with Netflix is not expected to impact Epix's own online video streaming service.

      A person familiar with the matter said the agreement would allow Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM to sell and rent their movies via digital stores such as Apple Inc.'s iTunes, a privilege that HBO doesn't give its studios.

      Greenberg did not immediately return a call for comment, nor did a spokesman for Netflix.

    • LOL

      NEWS SPIN PUMPS AND REAL FACTS?LOL

      REED HASTINGS ALREADY ROBBED NETFLIX BALANCE SHEET

      The LAT says Netflix (NFLX) and Epix are talking about a five-year-deal that would pay Epix “close to” $1 billion over the course of the contract.

    • Biggest fearless crime scene since DOTCOM bubbles days once again......

      BALANCE SHEET cash used up for the bubble and greed leads to DEBT induced Short squeeze Bubble scam

      $2 scam Balloon blown extreme and what happens next?
      Netflix Buying Back Shares with No Room for Error
      October 25, 2009
      http://seekingalpha.com/article/168719-netflix-buying-back-shares-with-no-room-for-error
      REED HASTINGS CRIMINAL EXTERMELY DREEDY CROOK : NOW USING DEBT AND REVOLVING LINE OF CREDIT TO KEEP PLAYING BUY BACK SHORT SQUEEZE SCAM AND INSISDER SIMULTANEOUSLY DUMP INTO PUMPS WITH FREE STOCK OPTION FOR FREE LOOT. BUYING SCAM BUUBLE SHARES WITH DEBT FOR SHAREHOLDERS AND DUMPING FREE FOR LOOT CREATING DILUTION HELL FOR SHAREHOLDERS
      WHAT A SELF ENRICH LLOT PONZI SCAM: ONLY IN USA
      AMEN

      PERFECT ANATOMY OF CRIME PONZI PLANNED BUBBLE SCAM AND EXECUTED BY REED HASTINGS AND GANG

      WELCOME TO MADOFF PONZI SCAM ERA

      REED HASTINGS IS PROVEN GREEDY CRIMINAL

      JOBS SLASHED
      SHAREHOLDER CASH RAPED
      DEBT SLAPPED FOR WHAT?

      TO BECOME A BILLIONAIRE IN FEW MONTHS?

      ABSOLUTELY

    • revolt
      Our economy is in shambles, corporate with the help of government has shipped our family sustaining jobs overseas, government wont protect our boarders, appeasing the Hispanic voting block, and the destructive beat goes on.

      So! our country our society is being changed to where it's hard to recognize the environment we grew up in.

      Lets face it , the eight million lost jobs will never return, the boarder will never be effectively closed, the economy will be in turmoil for years to come if not decades to come, and the prosperous middle class has effectively been decimated.

      Should we give up hope and the fight to return our country to it's people and a society that made it great?

      I for one would not have created this website if I thought that was the way to go.

      Perhaps America can never be fully returned to the greatness it once had, but any improvement that would right the decades of government wrought destruction would be better than allowing it to proceed any further.

      Lets get the booms, skimmers, dispersants and every other means available and stop the governments sludge from burying our country and we the people that can and should join together in mass revolution.

      We the people of America have the strength, the means and the resilience to fight back and win.

      Lets do it.
      If ever there was a time to revolt ... "It's now."
      This government stinks to high heaven.
      That's what our founding fathers recommended when all else fails,
      and for now all else has apparently failed.

      INTRODUCTION TO PUSHING HAMBURGER

      Written 15 years ago it envisaged the path we are now on.

      Once I was "free" to chose my own unfettered future.

    • History Roman Empire bust

      And USA empire bust unfolding

      Barbarians were welcomed to Kill ruling elites in Roman Empire

      I see Mexican Drug Lords will be welcomed for our Traitor Rulers

      LOL

      It was Farmers in Roman Empire who were robbed via taxes and Farmers Stopped growing food and then Invited Barbarians to join to Kill Elite rulers and their cronies
      http://www.pushhamburger.com
      http://www.theburningplatform.com

      • 1 Reply to singhlion2001
      • motley fool pumpers have flipped their position

        Crammer crook/street.com/and other media shills still?

        Where are Rest of ANALYST who were downgrading and now Silent?LOL

        What about these Piper/Morgan Stanley:why not bring pump repeats again yet?
        creative way to reveal: one trick pony wonder scam bust next

        Is Netflix Flickering?
        By Matthew Brown | More Articles
        August 9, 2010 | Comments (1)

        Legendary rocker David Bowie's song Changes is my investing mantra. Actually, it's more of a siren that blares in my head, as a reminder to stay on top of growth companies. If a market changes, a great growth story could quickly become a one-hit wonder.

        Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) had its share of detractors early on, but the company concept really caught on. When the company took over the vaunted Wal-Mart's (NYSE: WMT) online business five years ago, you had to believe Netflix was on to something. Now, however, the DVD rental landscape has shifted dramatically because of the economy and competition. The company's latest earnings report provided some concerns for this investor.

        Revenues came in 1% light, and new customers are bypassing the flagship three-rentals-per-month product for one rental per month in the face of continued economic pressures. My biggest concern is that subscriber acquisition costs leaped 13% quarter over quarter. It's great that Netflix beat earnings estimates, but if it cost it this much extra to do it, I'm not pleased. I don't want it to have to fight harder to get new customers.

        The struggle exists because Coinstar's (Nasdaq: CSTR) Redbox concept has really caught on. So while Blockbuster (OTC: BLOKA.PK) is waving the white flag, Netflix must contend with an even more powerful foe that offers convenience and pricing advantage.

        The takeaway here is that the home-viewing market is transitioning, and Netflix must also. Streaming video still has a ways to go before it becomes ubiquitous and convenient, which should shift things to Netflix's favor given their technological capabilities. Until then, however, competition is increasing as well as expenses. Even though analysts are projecting 40% earnings growth this year and 35% the following year, with Netflix trading right at 40 times earnings, it gives me pause.

        I have considered buying Netflix stock, but I'm holding off giving it any of my Modern Love until the next chapter in the home-viewing saga provides some indication about the future.

    • creative way to reveal: one trick pony wonder scam bust next

      [8:59:43 AM] Rajbinder Sandhu: Is Netflix Flickering?
      By Matthew Brown | More Articles
      August 9, 2010 | Comments (1)

      Legendary rocker David Bowie's song Changes is my investing mantra. Actually, it's more of a siren that blares in my head, as a reminder to stay on top of growth companies. If a market changes, a great growth story could quickly become a one-hit wonder.

      Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) had its share of detractors early on, but the company concept really caught on. When the company took over the vaunted Wal-Mart's (NYSE: WMT) online business five years ago, you had to believe Netflix was on to something. Now, however, the DVD rental landscape has shifted dramatically because of the economy and competition. The company's latest earnings report provided some concerns for this investor.

      Revenues came in 1% light, and new customers are bypassing the flagship three-rentals-per-month product for one rental per month in the face of continued economic pressures. My biggest concern is that subscriber acquisition costs leaped 13% quarter over quarter. It's great that Netflix beat earnings estimates, but if it cost it this much extra to do it, I'm not pleased. I don't want it to have to fight harder to get new customers.

      The struggle exists because Coinstar's (Nasdaq: CSTR) Redbox concept has really caught on. So while Blockbuster (OTC: BLOKA.PK) is waving the white flag, Netflix must contend with an even more powerful foe that offers convenience and pricing advantage.

      The takeaway here is that the home-viewing market is transitioning, and Netflix must also. Streaming video still has a ways to go before it becomes ubiquitous and convenient, which should shift things to Netflix's favor given their technological capabilities. Until then, however, competition is increasing as well as expenses. Even though analysts are projecting 40% earnings growth this year and 35% the following year, with Netflix trading right at 40 times earnings, it gives me pause.

      I have considered buying Netflix stock, but I'm holding off giving it any of my Modern Love until the next chapter in the home-viewing saga provides some indication about the future.

    • No one here has Challenged Harsh reality Facts

      WHY?


      any one here who can not see this day light robbery by reed hastings criminal gang and still pumping should be called what?

      Harsh Reality facts speak for themselves........

      AMEN

      Biggest fearless crime scene since DOTCOM bubble days once again......

      BALANCE SHEET cash used up for the bubble and greed leads to DEBT induced Short squeeze Bubble scam

      $2 scam Balloon blown extreme and what happens next?

      AMEN

      PERFECT ANATOMY OF CRIME PONZI PLANNED BUBBLE SCAM AND EXECUTED BY REED HASTINGS AND GANG

      WELCOME TO MADOFF PONZI SCAM ERA

      REED HASTINGS IS PROVEN GREEDY CRIMINAL

      JOBS SLASHED
      SHAREHOLDER CASH RAPED
      DEBT SLAPPED FOR WHAT?

      TO BECOME A BILLIONAIRE IN FEW MONTHS?

      ABSOLUTELY

    • elbit@rocketmail.com elbit Aug 8, 2010 10:05 PM Flag

      Oops. I meant for "his/her own good" since my language skills are being scrutinized.

    • elbit@rocketmail.com elbit Aug 8, 2010 10:05 PM Flag

      Excellent site. Hope everyone visits for their own good.

      Next year I'm leaving the country, moving to another continent.

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