Screens on a Platter – The Netflix Effect (part 1)

A new article from me! =D

Thoughts on Films

The Netflix Inc. website and logo are displayed on laptop computers arranged for a photograph in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. Netflix Inc., the largest subscription streaming service, is expected to release earnings data on Jan. 22. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In the first of two articles, Ezzah Mahmud takes a step back to look at the Netflix effect.

From the moment I knew I would be furthering my studies in the United Kingdom, the whole idea of being able to subscribe to Netflix has been running at the back of my head, rummaging through the possibilities and the overwhelming number of television and film content I can legally watch. After all, I would be living with a group of students in a house with no living rooms and no television.

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