Netflix, the world’s largest internet streaming service, is the first streaming service to see its revenues hit the $1.5 trillion mark.
The news comes on the heels of a stunning quarterly loss and a $1 billion charge for the first time in its history.
In the latest quarter, Netflix said it earned $6.2 billion, but that was $2.1 billion below the company’s previous forecast of $7.1 million.
The company also reported that it had lost $6 million in the first nine months of the year, compared with $3 million a year ago.
The $1,838 billion company is the second-largest streaming service in the world, behind Amazon’s Prime Video.
Netflix’s revenue was $6 billion in the quarter, compared to $7 billion a year earlier.
Its profit was $1 million less than the previous year, but it still beat analysts’ estimates by $1 per share.
Netflix also posted its first quarterly profit since 2013, and the company expects to earn $7 million for the year.
Netflix said in a statement that its streaming video business, including its own video content, has continued to grow, and its subscriber base continues to grow.
In 2017, Netflix had 7 billion subscribers, up from 6.8 billion in 2016.
However, Netflix has struggled to gain traction in new markets, with more than half of its subscribers coming from outside the U, including Mexico, China and India.
Netflix has been accused of slowing down video in countries such as Mexico, Brazil and Russia, which have long been rivals.
However Netflix says its streaming business is expanding in many countries, and it expects that growth to continue in the future.
Its streaming video is growing faster than video on traditional cable and satellite TV services.
Netflix did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In addition to revenue from streaming video, Netflix also earned $4.4 billion in advertising revenue.
The most popular category for Netflix advertising revenue is original content, which is revenue generated from movies and TV shows created by its content partners.
That includes original TV shows and movies, including the likes of “House of Cards,” “Stranger Things” and “Orange Is the New Black.”
Netflix also reported $2 billion in revenue from digital video, including from its online streaming service.
Netflix, which also owns the online video streaming service YouTube, is also the leader in the video advertising business.
Netflix earned $2 million in advertising income from the YouTube video service in 2017.