RoadRanger wrote:That would be interesting seein's how NetFlix is an investor in Roku .Crow550 wrote:Oh & Roku....Please make a channel for this.
Brad I. wrote:I thought Netflix sold it's stake in Roku...
mkiker2089 wrote:I hope they go the second route. Have a smaller rotating selection of more current or bigger releases. that would supplement Netflix in a way that amazon doesn't.
DeftOne wrote:mkiker2089 wrote:I hope they go the second route. Have a smaller rotating selection of more current or bigger releases. that would supplement Netflix in a way that amazon doesn't.
There's a patent difference between the two, though. Monthly subscription (Netflix/Redbox) versus a la cart (Amazon VOD). In that sense, I wouldn't necessarily view Redbox as supplementing Netflix as much as I would it being a direct competitor, even if they had a smaller rotating selection of current/bigger releases. I mean, if that's the route Redbox went I know I wouldn't be shelling out an additional monthly fee on top of my Netflix subscription. It would be one or the other, with AVOD supplementing.
Village Idiot wrote:To me there's other things that are just as important as much as the cost and the plan.
Whenever i called Netflix i always got an AMERICAN on the phone who knew how to help me.
robertm wrote:Avod and Netflix are competitors because they have many titles in common. I purchased a couple of episodes of Prison Break from avod to try it out now it is on netflix I don't have to buy anymore. Netflix hurts avod sales.
I would be happy if this turns out to be an HD 5.1 Starz replacement. Starz streams are so bad they are often not worth watching.
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