Netflix domestic performance dips as global showing grows

Netflix national and international streaming figures

Netflix national and international streaming figures

Netflix has released its third-quarter 2014 financial results by posting them to its website.

The results reveal that, although year on year subscriber additions are down (from 1.3 million in Q3 2013 to 1 million in Q4 2014), Netflix’s international subscriber numbers are booming: international revenue having grown a massive 89% thanks to a number of global launches.

Domestic streaming revenues grew 25% year-on-year to US$877 million.

“Last quarter we added over 3 million members, ending Q3 with 53.1 million global members and $1.22 billion in revenue,” said the streaming giant, in a letter to its shareholders. “We are forecasting adding another 4 million members in Q4, ending 2014 with over 57 million global members. Around the world, people are discovering the joy of Internet TV. With an incredible variety of original series, films and exclusive licensed content arriving on Netflix in the coming quarters, we will continue to thrill our members and expand our membership.”

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