They can't stop the loss of business to Netflix so they invite the most bearish analyst to lie on CNBC, saying that Netflix's market cap went up 5 billion because of a 7 cent profit. Everybody on the set along most of the viewers know that Netflix could have reported a 7 cent profit along with a bad sub number and the stock would have dropped back to the 60's. Comcast looked bad that day and they better smarten up, they may need Netflix in the future.
First they publish Dan Nathan's artical about Netflix's ugly chart with a H&S formation. Then they stage this phony segment to get the stock to break below the neckline, triggering a sell signal hoping sellers would come in and crush the stock. Stupid to think they can fool the stock market, stupid to stick with their outdated and dying cable TV business. Netflix will have an easy time with stupid competition like Comcast.