5 things I learned from The New Yorker's feature on Netflix - Fortune Tech
Geege Schuman stashed this in Netflix
To save this post, select a stash from drop-down menu or type in a new one:
- Hastings believes that Netflix's potential U.S. market is "sixty to ninety million subscribers," which is double or triple its current count. He also thinks half of all TV will be delivered over the Internet by 2016. The former is an ambitious goal, and it is interesting that Hastings and Netflix, unwilling to give out many kinds of data or predict where it's going next, would share it.
60 to 90 million subscribers is the size of the cable television market in terms of US households, right?