Online streaming site Netflix said it was pleased with the results of its recent market entry into Canada and was looking at new international markets for 2011. Spokesman Steve Swasey declined to reveal how many subscribers had signed up in Canada, but said: “After a short period in Canada we’re now talking about other regions in the world, so that’s a good indicator.”

Chief executive Reed Hastings revealed during a recent event that is on track to be profitable by the time of its first anniversary in September.

Swasey declined to comment on what content the company hoped to acquire in 2011, saying only that new movies and TV shows would be added all the time.