Netflix Content a Game-Changer?

Netflix's move into cable TV territory with introduction of original content could shift the business, BTIG media analyst Rich Greenfield said Thursday.

"When you think about the broadband world, cable operators make a ton of money," he said on CNBC's "Fast Money."

Yet internet service providers do not share revenues with content providers or websites.

"Historically, you'd go, 'If Netflix isn't available, so what? I'll find another way to find content,'" he said.

But with the introduction of its original series, "House of Cards" starring Kevin Spacey, Netflix could be setting up a revenue-sharing agreement, Greenfield said.

Such a deal would also benefit the likes of, he added.

"It would obviously be bad cable operators like Comcast as well as Time Warner Cable," he said. "Even Verizon and AT&T, which have broadband businesses that are getting bigger, like FIOS."

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