Netflix is a subscriber based video streaming service that utilizes data collection and machine learning to optimize their user experience and business operations.
The Covid-19 pandemic only accelerated longstanding industry trends of chord-cutting, as viewers devour content while quarantining at home. ViacomCBS is aptly poised to create and capture enormous value in a post-pandemic world.
Why the rise of Netflix has changed the landscape in the entertainment industry for producers distributors and consumers of content, and what has been Netflix competitive advantage that enabled it to disrupt a 100 year old industry.
SMT has positioned themselves as media incumbents' solution in the race to keep up with technology for sports broadcasting applications. This strategy has made SMT a winner!
Uber matches drivers and riders. An EdTech startup matches students in China with English teachers in North America via its live streaming platform.
When the disruptor becomes the disruptee: with the rapid rise of at-home streaming services like Peloton, will ClassPass be able to pivot and survive or will it go the route of Blockbuster post-Netflix?
Can you think of a market in which Apple and Amazon compete but aren’t the market leaders? There’s actually one industry where that’s the case. It turns out that when it comes to TV streaming platforms, it’s Roku that’s the […]
Description: Netflix was the first media company to capture a new consumer generation, “cord-nevers” and “cord-cutters”, via a robust online streaming platform, where it connects content providers and content consumers, building value for the whole ecosystem.
The fall of Blockbuster remains a classic example of digital disruption. Formerly a dominant player in the rental market, Blockbuster filed for bankruptcy in 2010. The trends the led to the big B's demise are also challenging the media ecosystem today. Will we see more blockbuster failures? Will incumbents be able to adapt?
Roku has been able to stay relevant over the years by shifting its business model