2018-10-16

Netflix $NFLX Q3 2018 Earnings Video Interview Oct 16, 6pm EDT

Q3 '18 Earnings Interview

Netflix Investor Relations video above published Oct 16, 2018.

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 Netflix Q3 2018 Earnings Interview
Netflix Q3 2018 Earnings Video Interview October 16, 2018 6pm EDT 

$NFLX
Netflix, Inc.
NASDAQ: NFLX
Principal domain: Netflix.com
Investor Relations: netflixinvestor.com

Q3 2018 Earnings Release--Netflix third-quarter 2018 financial results and business outlook--letter to shareholders (pdf) and financial statements (xlsx). $NFLX shares are UP in after hours trading.

See also Netflix Crushes Estimates, Renewing Faith After July Letdown--Streaming giant adds 6.96 million users globally in quarter,  Outlook shows international markets will pace company’s growth--Bloomberg.com.

A video interview with Netflix Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings, Chief Financial Officer David Wells, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, Chief Product Officer Greg Peters and VP, IR & Corporate Development Spencer Wang will be available at 6:00 p.m. EDT. The discussion will be moderated by Eric Sheridan, UBS, with questions submitted via email.  Questions from investors should be submitted as well in advance as possible for inclusion to eric.sheridan @ ubs.com. The video interview can be accessed on the Netflix Investor Relations YouTube channel.

Netflix is a media services provider, headquartered in Los Gatos, California, founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in Scotts Valley, California. 

The primary business of Netflix is its subscription-based streaming media service, which offers online streaming films and television programs including those produced in-house. As of July 2018, Netflix has 130 million total subscribers worldwide, including 57.38 million in the United States. Its service is available worldwide except mainland China, Syria, North Korea and Crimea. Netflix also has offices in the Netherlands, Brazil, India, Japan, and South Korea.

See also: Barry Diller Says Hollywood Risks Getting Overtaken by Amazon and Netflix.



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