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Apple, Time Warner Inc, Disney need OTT strategy rethinks

Here are three examples of companies that may not be paying enough attention to what’s going on in their markets. Apple, TimeWarner Inc and Disney all could do with one more visit to the OTT strategy drawing board to get their market approach straight. New Apple TV beats the competition, […]

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nScreenNoise – Industry says cord cutting overblown, while TV pillars erode

A cabal of TV industry insiders gathered at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech Conference in Aspen and agreed that all the talk about cord cutting is overblown. While this may be true, new data illustrates how the pillars upon which the traditional TV industry stands are being eroded. Hub Entertainment Research looked […]

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CandW discuss what Q2 Netflix results say about the state of OTT video

Q2 2015 Netflix results were the jumping off point for a far ranging discussion on the state of our industry this week. Will thought that Netflix results were particularly notable in the US, where the company gained 900,000 subs, well above performance in previous second quarters. I liked the International growth numbers, […]

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Content investment delivers 5% sub growth in Q2 2015 for Netflix

Q2 2015 was yet another strong quarter for Netflix. The company outperformed market expectations picking up 3.3 million new subscribers to reach 65.6 million in total, 5.3% quarter-over-quarter growth. How will the company keep the growth coming? Expansion and content investment are the keys. Netflix continues to grow strongly both […]

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