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Lawsuit highlights why subscriber growth is a bad measure of SVOD success

A shareholder lawsuit against Warner Bros. Discovery shows why using subscriber growth counts as a proxy for SVOD health is a bad idea.

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Four ways to improve video monetization right now!

Improving video monetization for streaming TV businesses is critical. 4 industry insiders weigh in with their tips on what to do right now.

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Inside the Stream – decoding the default TV service

We discuss the new Decoding the Default survey data with Hub's Jon Giegengak. Traditional pay TV, Netflix, and inflation fears all feature.

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nScreenNoise – Boost monetization with micro-segmentation and personalization

Single video business models treat all subscribers the same. We need micro-segmentation and personalization to boost monetization.

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As traditional TV loses default status, its value problem increases

As traditional TV loses default status, its value problem grows. It costs 3X more than the top 3 SVODs together, and few turn to it first.

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CTV market leaders shift, entry cost stays low, experience improves

CTV market leaders in Europe have become a three-horse race. Entry-level CTV devices become more functional. CTV experience improves.

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Inside the Stream – Cineverse: the alternative to top SVODs

Cinedigm’s Cineverse aspires to be the Netflix and Disney+ alternative. The company’s EVP and GM explains how it will get there.

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nScreenNoise – 24i delivers TV-as-a-Service in partnership with Swisscom

The ability of an operator to outsource pay TV services has been talked about for decades. Now TV-as-a-Service (TVaaS) is finally a reality.

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Four ways Netflix has revolutionized TV since its incorporation

Monday marked the 25th anniversary of Netflix’s incorporation. Here are four ways Netflix has revolutionized TV.

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Can Thursday Night Football fix Prime Video’s engagement problem?

Prime Video’s engagement lags Netflix and Hulu. Can Prime Video Thursday Night Football help it catch up to its rivals?