Netflix plans $400 million debt offering and more original shows

01/29/2013 | All Things D · Multichannel News

Netflix plans to raise $400 million to help fund more original programming, executives say. The streaming-video and DVD content provider wants to put half the money to work refinancing existing debt, which would provide more flexibility to invest in "future originals," the company said last week in a note to shareholders. Netflix has put cash behind five original series, including the $100 million "House of Cards," which will premiere Friday.

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