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Netflix gears up for basics ad launch

Netflix is launching its “basic with adverts” package in early November, £4.99 per month in the UK which brings you most of the shows. The ads are 15 seconds and 30 seconds to begin with, although one suspects this may ...

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Netflix woes hit streaming market – is it ads to the rescue?

So is it curtains for Netflix and, indeed, all the other streaming services? Netflix shares lost 40% of their ‘value’ when it announced that its seemingly remorseless subscriber growth had gone into reverse. There was also a tide of anecdotal ...

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BETC’s Emily in Paris – even better than the original

Netflix’s Emily in Paris is one of those Marmite shows (although it has plenty of fans) and it provides plenty of fodder for Duolingo, an American language-learning website and mobile app, in a new campaign from BETC Paris. Netflix’s Emily ...

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Netflix rounds up the year with a winner from AKQA

Heaven knows how many new subscribers Netflix is getting as we prepared for a marooned Christmas, I’ve spoken to two people preparing to take the plunge. So good of AKQA’s Ajaz Ahmed to send this over, a kind of Netflix ...

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Netflix goes big on branding in first major global campaign

Does the mighty Netflix need to advertise? After all it’s said to have put on an extra 26 million subscribers during this year’s pandemic. Netflix obviously sees the point, it bought its own poster company in Hollywood to show those ...

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