Posted May 19, 2019 10:50:15 Netflix’s acquisition of all the major networks is now officially done, but that doesn’t mean that all the rest of the media is about.
The company is planning to buy everything from ESPN and Fox Sports to Fox Sports Southwest to Fox College Sports to TNT.
Netflix’s chief executive, Reed Hastings, is already looking at other deals that might get the deal done.
But the company has not yet made a formal announcement.
Netflix is also exploring other acquisitions, including a deal to buy Hulu, according to people familiar with the matter.
Netflix has made a name for itself by buying and expanding content that doesn, well, just about everything.
The company is trying to get more content in the hands of people with a deeper understanding of what they want and don’t want to watch.
Netflix is also looking at buying smaller networks like ESPN2, which has a wide audience and could serve as a sort of test bed for other content.
The new Netflix acquisition also gives the company the power to buy out existing content and create new content.
The streaming giant, which is owned by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has long been looking to acquire smaller networks and brands.
Last month, it announced a deal with Discovery Communications for a 30 percent stake in ESPN.
Netflix also announced plans to buy an independent digital news channel.
Netflix also has been trying to build its own content on top of its existing offerings.
In January, it purchased the popular podcast platform The A.V. Club for $1.65 billion.
The deal was announced as part of a larger investment in content by Netflix.
Netflix will be able to offer its own original content in a new platform.
But there will be no plans to make its original content available on HBO Go or Amazon Prime Video.
The move to buy networks and channels was not announced when Netflix announced its acquisition.
Netflix’s acquisition means that the company will be buying the entire network of the SEC, which currently includes the three major networks and Fox, ESPN and FS1.
Netflix said it was in talks with all the networks but did not say which ones.
Netflix didn’t say when the deal would be completed.
The SEC has historically been the leader in sports-rights deals, and Netflix was expected to gain a large slice of the market.