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How Will Netflix’s Big Outlay for Programming Affect Subscription Prices?

The chief executive at Netflix talked about the company’s huge spending on programming, saying the outlays won’t affect subscription prices. The subject came up during the company’s third-quarter conference call with analysts. Deadline.com quotes CEO Reed Hastings saying Netflix has “no...
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