Episode 153: Netflix and Net Neutrality


In this episode the Geeks talk about the history of Netflix and what net neutrality means for you.

Netflix and Net Neutrality


Josh returns from the hugely successful Louisiana Comic Con for this week’s episode about Netflix and net neutrality. So why are these guys talking about Netflix and net neutrality? They both go hand-in-hand, and we tell you why in this week’s episode.

So, right now, and without using Google, what year do you think Netflix first started? 2003, earlier, later? Our first segment offers some amazing insights into the world of Netflix, and some of the facts are quite surprising. And yes, we do mention House of Cards.

The second segment of the show is all about net neutrality; what it is, what the FCC ruling means, and what it means for you. The Geeks also discuss internet service providers, and which one is best suited for your own Netflix binge-watching.

The Geeks also give out a major award to one of our live show attendees; we’re looking at you, Jo Han!

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