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Netflix, Inc. (NAS:NFLX) social chatter is higher than usual

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The new TV season has started! Here’s why Facebook and Google and Amazon (and you) care - Recode

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More importantly, you all still watch TV — lots of it. (Nevermind it’s not uncommon for folks to scroll through their Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / Snapchat feeds as they watch TV, or a they “talk” to people, or eat dinner, or go to the bathroom. Apple, like Facebook, plans to spend $1 billion producing original shows. That’s why it plans to spend $1 billion* to develop original shows that in many cases looks a lot like television.

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Amazon Admits Video Isn't Carrying Its Own Weight

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Of course, Amazon, like every other broadcaster and streamer, would love to have the next "Game of Thrones. But the new strategic direction of Amazon Studios, which comes as the company is launching several new shows, including a comedy with Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen and a Seth Rogen-produced comic book adaptation, underscores the financial constraints the division is under. If Amazon wants to continue increasing its video budget, a Prime price hike may be necessary. So if Amazon is bringing in $7.8 billion from Prime, more than half of that money went to pay for its video content.

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The US bull market and meteoric rise of FANGs - Moneyweb

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FANG stocks have been the market leaders this year, outperforming the S&P 500 and JSE. The FANG stocks have been the market leaders so far this year. While the valuations are rich, top-line growth is expected to remain robust and over time the investment in revenue will filter through to the companies’ respective bottom lines. Original content is expensive to produce and this will remain a drag on margins as subscriber growth is still ramping up.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Mastercard, Netflix, Honeywell International, Goldman Sachs Group and BHP Billiton

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(You can read the full research report on Netflix here >>> ). The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Mastercard, Netflix, Honeywell International, Goldman Sachs Group and BHP Billiton. Get #1 Stock of the Day pick for free . Get the full Report on GS - FREE.

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Netflix finally invites iPhone and iPad to the HDR party

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Apple had not mentioned HDR display support for its 2017 iPhones and iPads, so it’s questionable whether true HDR will be in play. Netflix has been gradually adding HDR support for mobile devices, but until now they’ve all been Android phones. Previously, Netflix had announced Dolby Vision support for the LG G6. The LG V30, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, Sony Xperia ZX1 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can access the content through an alternate HDR standard. Many Netflix originals already offer support for HDR, including Marco Polo (pictured).

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Buy Netflix, Rally Isn’t Over, Says Buckingham

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The investment firm initiated coverage on Netflix at buy along with a $214 price target, indicating that the stock could rise another over 13% from current levels on better-than-expected subscriber growth and expanding operating margins. One of tech’s highest-flying stocks, Netflix Inc. (NFLX) received another boost from the Street this week with a bullishresearch note from analysts at Buckingham Research, who suggest that the on-demand streaming giant will remain the leader in its fast-growing segment. com Inc.’s (AMZN) Prime Video, Buckingham says Netflix has a one up on the technology front. (See also: Disney Will Need 32M Subscribers to Beat Netflix.

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Netflix: Use Caution - Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX)

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In the letter to shareholders, Netflix made no qualms about the fact that it expects to be FCF negative for many years to come. So how does it expect to pay off its debt burden? Even though the International Revenue contributes negatively towards the company's bottom line, Netflix still needs to show investors revenue grow. Yet, the way Netflix is accounting for its content, is that it claims it is still recognizing some revenue in the fourth year of a show.

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MoviePass & Helios: Executive Interview - Helios and Matheson Analytics, Inc. (NASDAQ:HMNY)

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MoviePass enables customer to go to the movies as often as they like for a monthly subscription fee. Then, the third $5 million doesn't come until we're ready to go public with MoviePass early next year. MoviePass is able to influence which movies their customers go to see. Ted Farnsworth: With the MoviePass deal and everything else, we’re going to have about 13 million shares outstanding.

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Friday’s Vital Data: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD), General Electric Company (GE) and Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

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AMD stock surged more than 5% early on Thursday following rumors the company had signed a deal with Tesla to design an AI chip for self-driving cars. Friday’s Vital Data: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD), General Electric Company (GE) and Netflix, Inc. (NFLX). GE stock rose nearly 2% on the news, and options traders piled into calls as a result. The $23 strike, in particular, is home to nearly 50,000 contracts, as traders look for GE stock to fall further over the next month.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Mastercard, Netflix, Honeywell International, Goldman Sachs Group and BHP Billiton

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Netflix brings HDR support to the iPhone 8, iPhone X and iPad Pro

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Netflix brings HDR support to the iPhone 8, iPhone X and iPad Pro. You can now watch Netflix videos in Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) videos on the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPad Pro (2nd generation), following the release of iOS 11. Some Android phones already enjoy HDR streaming, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the Sony Xperia XZ and the LG G6. HDR expands the range of contrast and color in images. Don't forget you'll need to have a Netflix premium plan to view videos in HDR. Bright parts of the image can get much brighter, which appears to add a greater sense of depth to the video you're viewing.

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Netflix adds HDR support for iPhone X

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Netflix adds HDR support on iOS for iPhone 8, iPhone X and 2017 iPad Pro. Netflix adds HDR support for iPhone 8, iPhone X, and iPad Pro. Viewing HDR content in the Netflix iOS app requires the user to have a Premium subscription to the streaming service. Netflix has updated its iOS application with HDR support for newer devices, including the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, as well as the forthcoming iPhone X. It also works on the iPad Pro 12.9 and 10.5 from 2017, if you happen to have one of those devices.

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iPhone X will be Netflix HDR-ready on day one

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But your iPad Pro can stream Netflix in HDR right now. iPhone X is still over a month away from releasing, but when Apple's next flagship smartphone does launch, it will have High Dynamic Range (HDR) content from Netflix ready to stream. Apple has spotlighted 4K HDR movies with a special section on iTunes, and we've rounded up some of the best ones you can watch on iTunes and Netflix as well. That said, once you've got iPhone or iPad in hand and the latest version of the Netflix app fired up, you'll be able to watch a smattering of Netflix shows and movies in HDR.

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