Broadband: The Story of the Internet in One Chart

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu displays the rise of Netflix and fall of AOL as the availability of broadband internet service grew in the United States. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

He thinks it will be 20% to 30% lighter.

How many ipads have you seen dropped in bars?

They drop.

Tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. -- excuse me.

They drop a lot.

A big deal.

Brian white with a big announcement from apple tomorrow at 10:00. single best chart.

Netflix's reporting earnings after the close today.

My single best chart is on the rise of netflix.

Really this chart tells the story of the internet in one chart.

Dial-up is out, and that is represented by aol, the yellow bars.

Subscribers falling off.

And broadband is in.

You see how netflix could not have achieved all it has without high-speed internet.

At the end of june, almost 2.6 million people still subscribe to aol service, that is where netflix good at the end of 2004. have crossed in early 2008 just as netflix's streaming video service starting to take off and now netflix has more subscribers than aol ever had.

I like just the way netflix -- it is a pretty chart -- where they have got -- could not of going to without broadband.

We will talk with a guest on google in a little bit, but

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