Netflix exec says Comcast deal was struck to improve video experience

04/25/2014 | Multichannel News

Netflix agreed to a paid peering deal with Comcast "to reverse an unacceptable decline in our members' video experience," according to a letter from Christopher Libertelli, the video service's vice president of global policy, to Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn. Netflix was responding to a claim made during a Senate hearing on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger by David L. Cohn, Comcast's executive vice president, that Netflix opted for paid peering to "cut out a middleman."

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