Denver-based Liberty Global partners with Netflix to reach customers across more than 30 countries

Colorado billionaire John Malone’s company Liberty Global plans to get “Fuller House,” “Narcos” and other Netflix shows in front of eyes around the world.

The home page of Netflix. (Courtesy of Netflix)
The home page of Netflix. (Courtesy of Netflix)
The home page of Netflix. (Courtesy of Netflix)

Colorado billionaire John Malone’s company Liberty Global plans to get “Fuller House,” “Narcos” and other Netflix shows in front of eyeballs around the world.

Liberty Global announced a multi-year deal with Netflix on Wednesday. The partnership will lead to Netflix’s content being made available to Liberty Global video customers across more than 30 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Liberty Global is the world’s largest international cable TV and broadband provider. The company’s American base is located in downtown Denver.

Netflix launched in Europe in 2013. The Netherlands will be the first new Liberty Global territory to launch Netflix as part of the new partnership.

The rollout will advance to other countries as technological upgrades across all of Liberty Global’s operations continue through 2017, a news release states.

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Adrian D. Garcia covers business and trends for Denverite. He's covered business for The Fort Collins Coloradoan and serves as treasurer for the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.