Netflix will not pursue pay-per-view, ad-supported models

Netflix, which attracted 168,000 new customers during the second quarter, plans to stick with its current subscription models for movie rentals. "We don't plan to enter the pay-per-view segment, where Apple, Amazon, Sony and others focus, or the ad-supported segment, where Hulu, YouTube and others compete," Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said. "Both of those segments will likely be substantial, but our subscription segment will also be large and will provide Netflix plenty of room for growth."

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