Netflix tries to claw its way back to stardom

NetflixNetflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) faces a dual challenge to regain its once-coveted online video championship title. In addition to dealing with competitors such as Dish-owned (Nasdaq: DISH) Blockbuster, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon happily chipping away at its subscriber base, it has to now pay higher fees to content owners. FierceCable illustrates in its new feature that these issues drove the company to increase subscriber service fees to pay for higher content acquisition costs--and details the results of Netflix's attempt to repackage its business model. Read more...

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