The good news from mostly upbeat panelists was that money is loosening up and the trauma of the global economic collapse seems to be over.
There are two shows I can turn on any time and I will start cleaning my house without even realizing I'm doing it. It may begin with wiping down a counter, but if it turns out to be a marathon, my whole kitchen will be spotless by the third episode.
For Boomers and Seniors the bottom line is that there's a world of video out there on the Internet that's going to look a lot better on your HD television than it does on your laptop or tablet.
To ensure long-term success, you must engage in a comprehensive examination of your business that includes evaluating the past and "visioning" the future. This process involves what you have done and what you need to do to ensure that it has the "legs" to sustain itself.
Sean, Brian, and I break through the spoiler wall and offer our thoughts on the good, the bad, and the ugly about the latest opus from Marvel Studios -- Thor: The Dark World
Amazon turned industry heads in April when it let viewers pick which of its original pilots should make it to series. But its latest move builds in customer-influence right from the beginning of the creative process.
By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) Over the summer actor Kevin Spacey, riding high on the Emmy campaign for his Netflix series "House of Cards," made w...
DTLA is set in downtown L.A. and chronicles the friendships and sex lives of eight friends and the people who populate their lives. This week I caught up with creator/director Larry Kennar, co-producer and actor Darryl Stephens, and cast members Danny Roberts and Matthew S. Herrick.
You know when the CEO wants people to just calm down already about his company's soaring stock, we're in a strange new world. So it was that Netflix...
I asked readers to suggest shows on Netflix worth checking out, and dozens of you came through.
Netflix will pull you into its safe embrace -- the embrace of knowing you (and your love of strong female leads and serial killers) better than you know yourself.
We are in the midst of a bumper crop of bio-docs: documentaries focused on single figures who have wound up on the wrong side of history and who seemingly want the chance to get their side of the story on the record.
Netflix customers already can (and do) access their accounts everywhere and via multiple other access points, including their DVRs, DVD players, Xbox's, Apple TVs, and others of that ilk. That is the reality facing cable/satellite providers. So, why pretend it isn't there?
These are all shows that deserve wider attention but weren't big hits when they first aired.
I have a confession to make. I am a serial TV addict -- I am addicted to watching the serials on my Netflix TV.
These shows may not be classics through and through, but they are definitely among Netflix's better offerings.