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Netflix Will Use Thousands of Subscribers to Test Screen Its Content

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Netflix plans to expand its Preview Club program to include over 10,000 users globally. The streamer has already used test audiences to make changes to shows like "The Sandman" and movies like "Don't Look Up" News of the expansion comes at the end of a rough year for Netflix.
Published 2 months ago

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Netflix Will Use Thousands of Subscribers to Test Screen Its Content

Almost since the dawn of film, there have been test audiences, viewers who watch movies before they air and give feedback on what does and doesn’t work. Streaming giant Netflix got into the practice last year with the Preview Club program, which allows a select group of subscribers to stream content early and respond to surveys on what does or doesn’t work about the project. And now, the streamer plans to give the program a major expansion. Per …

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Netflix Allowing Thousands Of Users To Stream Unreleased Content

An important part of making a Hollywood hit movie is testing a new film with audiences first before releasing it to the public. Test viewings have been a part of film history since the turn of the 20th century, and that hasn’t changed as viewership has evolved to streaming over the internet. According to the … Continue reading "Netflix Allowing Thousands Of Users To Stream Unreleased Content " The post Netflix Allowing Thousands Of Users To Str…

2 months ago·Portland, United States
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Netflix to allow thousands of subscribers to give early review of content on streaming platform

The initiative that helped make "Don't Look Up" less solemn is set to be expanded globallly, according to the streaming giant Netflix

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