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Netflix has signed a multiyear deal with Liberty Global to get its internet television service on cable set-top boxes in more than 30 countries.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said in a press release, “Combining the Netflix app - and all the great content it provides - into the familiar, easy-to-use cable box makes both more appealing.”
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries said in a statement, “We are committed to bringing the best content to our customers, and are thrilled to expand our partnership with Netflix.”
Liberty Global announced this morning that it will make Netflix content available on its digital TV platforms in more than 30 countries between now and the end of 2017. • The deal follows the launch of Netflix on Liberty's Virgin Media system in the U.K. in 2013.
You could watch Netflix’s originals series, and original movies, as well as documentaries and kid’s programming. The Netherlands will be the first new Liberty Global territory to launch Netflix on the Horizon box.
The new Netflix partnership with Liberty Global follows closely on the heels of a similar announcement between Netflix and US cable company Comcast Corp. In July, Comcast Corp. said it will include Netflix on its X1 video system. Comcast is the largest U.S. cable TV provider with 22.4 million subscribers.
Under the deal, Comcast will include the Netflix app on its X1 set-top box. Currently, Netflix subscribers have to use a separate device, such as a Roku Setup boxor Google Chromecast, to get Netflix service.
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