Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Update: Live Event, Multi-Year Agreement & More

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Netflix Strikes Movie Deal With Weinstein Co. (ABC News)
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) says it’s reached a multi-year agreement with The Weinstein Co. that will give it the exclusive streaming rights to the company’s first-run films starting in 2016. Weinstein Co.’s movies include “The Artist” and “The King’s Speech.” Netflix Inc. already has a deal with Weinstein that includes documentaries and foreign films.

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Cord Cliff Coming: What Happens to TV When Netflix Streams Live Events? (All Things D)
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) has never streamed a live event, and Reed Hastings says it never will. Now, that’s a wise comment for a disruptor to put unambiguously on the record — especially since the TV networks could immediately pull their content from Netflix if they ever heard otherwise.

Breaking Bad, season five, episode ten, Netflix, review (The Telegraph)
The latest episode of Breaking Bad was a darkly Shakespearean affair, says Alice Vincent. For the show’s return last week, Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan teased fans with flash forwards, suggesting a desolate future for Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and sending the blogosphere into waves of speculation: had the addled suburban meth cook faked his own death? Had he killed his wife, his infant baby, his DEA-inspector brother-in-law Hank Schrader (Dean Norris)?

Why Netflix Works (Fox Business)
It was Friday night and I picked up the remote and began channel surfing– and surfing, and surfing. Nothing interested me. I didn’t care to watch sports, reality tv shows, cartoons, or even the news. Frustrated, I threw the remote on the couch and headed towards my room. My roommate came out and said that she’s about to watch a new show on Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) and invited me to join her. Sure I’ve heard of Netflix, but it never interested me. She told me about this new series that she thought I would like. And she was right. After ten minutes of the first episode I was addicted.

Netflix for Windows Phone review:Sharp video playback with an ugly design (CNet)
The good: Video is sharp and easy to play on Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) for Windows Phone over Wi-Fi and 4G LTE connections. The bad: The app’s Windows Phone-specific design is hard to navigate. The bottom line: Despite its undesirable design and occasionally slow performance, Netflix for Windows Phone is worth the free download to watch videos on your phone.