Investors watched shares of Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX ) close the day up 14% on news the company has reached an exclusive agreement with Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS ) to stream its content. This could serve as troubling news for fellow competitors, especially Liberty Media (Nasdaq: LMCA ) , which previously owned those rights. Watch the following video as Fool analysts Blake Bos and Isaac Pino discuss the news and what it means to investors.
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