Netflix brings online video to its earnings

Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) said it will host a live online video webcast question and answer session when it announces its quarterly results later this month. Publicly-traded companies typically check in with investors and field questions from analysts four times a year. These events are almost exclusively held by a teleconference, but this month Netflix executives will take questions from CNBC reporter Julia Boorstin and BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield live on camera. Boorstin and Greenfield are fielding questions from investors and the press ahead of the event. Read the press release.

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