In an industry where content is king; Netflix has worn the crown in recent years thanks to the programming libraries from the major studios.
Over 57% of Canadian households with internet access streamed Netflix sometime in 2018. Currently, Netflix Canada has around 6.5 million paying subscribers.
Netflix’s rapid subscriber growth slows in the United States at the worst possible moment.
More and more consumers are piecing together entertainment content from multiple services rather than relying on a traditional cable television package.
The team at Apple responsible for the rollout of its new streaming service has been calling it a “Netflix Killer.”
Apple is announcing its new streaming service on March 25th, but the company is still scrambling to sign deals with content providers.
After years of internal divisions, family squabbles, lawsuits, and sexual harassment investigations, Viacom and CBS are starting to resemble real companies again.
Apple is expected to finally announce its new streaming service during the company’s March 25th conference.
Apple has too much cash and not enough imagination. There is growing speculation that Apple will purchase Netflix.
There is a disturbing international trend that emerged from Netflix’s latest financials that has not been discussed widely.