The Streaming Wars: SVOD subscriber counts, Netflix crashed streaming records & its own service
Updated: Aug 20, 2019
Here’s a look at some of the biggest battles being waged in the #StreamingWars and the companies behind them. Featuring Netflix, Hulu, CBS All Access, Amazon Prime Video, Sling TV, PS Vue, YouTube (and YouTube TV), Disney+, whatever the hell WarnerMedia is cooking up, and countless others.
And Subscriber counts for all major SVOD services.
Ted Sarandos describes how Netflix uses its viewer data.
Advertising and media execs REALLY want Netflix to have ads.
More than 20k people asked Netflix to remove Good Omens from Netflix. The problem is this is an Amazon Prime Video series. Both Netflix and Amazon had some fun with it.
Quibi expects 75% of subscribers will opt for $4.99/month ad-supported tier and the company has already booked $100 million in ad sales. Will launch in April with 6 brand partners including P&G, Walmart, and PepsiCo.
Amazon’s IMDb TV pitch to advertisers is coming into focus as service rebrands and adds more movies, TV shows.
FEATURES, LAUNCHES, AND INNOVATION
In OTT video, features are as important as content.
Apple TV is getting a Picture-in-Picture mode so you can watch two shows at once. Here’s all the news and features of Apple’s tvOS 13.
FloSports launches new app on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku.
Mill Creek Entertainment introduces movieSPREE on-demand streaming service.
Streaming gaming will change the video game industry. Here's why.
Spotify claims it 'overpaid' songwriters and wants its money back.
Amazon Music will now come to Comcast Xfinity X1 set-tops.
Introducing Current, a service that pays music lovers for streaming their favorite tunes.
Password sharing, the problem broadcasters can't keep ignoring.
Apple seeks to bundle OTT providers, will the networks cede their customer connections?
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