As media markets reach a consolidation fever pitch, three companies will emerge controlling nearly all content creation and distribution in the United States.
Netflix’s streaming supremacy will be challenged in 2019 when Disney and Warner launch their own direct-to-consumer services.
YouTube TV will now include live sports and content from Time Warner to kick-start its takeover of terrestrial and cable television.
Cable networks use bulk pricing to spurn Amazon’s ambitions to launch a skinny bundle with on-demand streaming and live television.
After launching in 130 countries throughout 2016, Netflix has has run out of untapped markets. Netflix has 104 million global subscribers
Like the presidential election, Americans will only have two choices for cable providers, Comcast or Time Warner / Charter / Spectrum / AT&T.
Netflix’s top executive endorsed the pending $55B Charter and Time Warner merger, saying he views it as a positive development for streaming video.