Monday, September 22, 2008

Netflix to Break Guinness Movie Watching Record

Chris Garrity from the Netflix communications team here to announce the Netflix Movie Watching World Championship. Starting October 2nd, Netflix will host eight competitors from around the globe in New York's Times Square in an attempt to break the existing world record for continuous movie watching. The 8 competitors include the current record holder, Ashish Sharma of Mathura, India. Mr. Sharma will be on hand to defend his record of 120 hours and 23 minutes. Netflix has also given the public a chance to participate in the contest by submitting video auditions at the Netflix Movie Watching World Championship page on Facebook. For more information on the event, become a fan of the facebook group and receive up-to-date information on the competition including contestant videos. Enjoy the enclosed promotional videos for the event.





4 comments:

  1. but will netflix hold their word on having apple computers being able to use the watch now feature without having to windows?

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  2. And what about Netflix members living in Hurdygurdystan? Will we be able to participate? It really won't be fair if we can't, no matter what verbiage you use to say so.

    Cpl. Wendy Whyner

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  3. NETFLIX,
    THIS IS KATHY
    I DECIDED TO JOIN BUT I HAVE NEW BANKING INFO TOO GIVE YOU AND THE OLD BANKING info IS in THE COMPUTER AND IT WONT LET ME CHANGE IT, SO HOW CAN I RENEW IF I HAVE THIS PROBLEM
    SO E-MAIL ME AT kathyh49@comcast.netYOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR REFERENCES SO PEOPLE CAN TYPE IN THE PROBLEM THERE IS NO PLACE OR AREA TO LET YOU KNOW WHAT THE PROBLEM IS NO CATOGORY. PLEASE FIX IT

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