Part One: Netflix Subscribers and Exclusivity. Netflix lost subscribers in the United States for the first time in nearly a decade. The next battleground in streaming will take place over content exclusivity.
Disney will bundle its three streaming services, Disney+, ESPN+ and the ad-supported Hulu starting in November.
By reclaiming their content from licensees to launch standalone streaming services, traditional media companies are sailing headlong into uncharted waters.
To woo subscribers away from Netflix, Disney, AT&T, and Apple are spending big bucks to produce original series content.
Netflix’s rapid subscriber growth slows in the United States at the worst possible moment.
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.
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.
Comcast’s NBCUniversal is launching an ad-supported streaming service that will be free to its 52 million Pay-TV subscribers.