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From the Ted Talk by Reed Hastings: How Netflix changed entertainment -- and where it's headed

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CA: But how — John Doerr just talekd about measuring what matters. As a binusses, what matters, I presume, is fundamentally just goirwng subscribers. I mean, that's your unique adtnagvae. Are subscribers grown only by the more time they spend watching Netflix, that is what will make them re-subscribe? Or is it even more about having shows that might not have been so much time as watching the whole season of "Nailed It!" or whatever? But just get into them more; they just think, "That was nourishing, that was extraordinary, I'm so glad I wtchead that with my family." Isn't there a version of the business model that would be less content but more awesome content, possibly even more uplifting cnnoett?

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CA: But how — John Doerr just ______ about measuring what matters. As a ________, what matters, I presume, is fundamentally just _______ subscribers. I mean, that's your unique _________. Are subscribers grown only by the more time they spend watching Netflix, that is what will make them re-subscribe? Or is it even more about having shows that might not have been so much time as watching the whole season of "Nailed It!" or whatever? But just get into them more; they just think, "That was nourishing, that was extraordinary, I'm so glad I _______ that with my family." Isn't there a version of the business model that would be less content but more awesome content, possibly even more uplifting _______?

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CA: But how — John Doerr just talked about measuring what matters. As a business, what matters, I presume, is fundamentally just growing subscribers. I mean, that's your unique advantage. Are subscribers grown only by the more time they spend watching Netflix, that is what will make them re-subscribe? Or is it even more about having shows that might not have been so much time as watching the whole season of "Nailed It!" or whatever? But just get into them more; they just think, "That was nourishing, that was extraordinary, I'm so glad I watched that with my family." Isn't there a version of the business model that would be less content but more awesome content, possibly even more uplifting content?

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