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Monday, 18 July 2011 09:58

Netflix to expand streaming footprint

Written by David Stellmack
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Expansion to hit U.K. and Spain in 2012

Netflix is growing again. The company is apparently preparing to grow its streaming business, as it is preparing to expand internationally again. The company is said to be offering streaming in the U.K. and Spain at some point during the first quarter of 2012.

This is only apparently the beginning, as the company is planning more international streaming expansion in more countries. Netflix will continue to focus on streaming, and apparently the company isn’t looking to focus on actual physical disc rentals by mail in these countries yet. While they have not ruled it out, it seems smart to focus on streaming, as this is what is hot at the moment.

It is likely that as Netflix streaming becomes available in these countries, access to the player will be rolled out to consoles in these countries.

David Stellmack

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