raising their prices — during Hollywood’s ongoing double labor strike, no less — to meet the demand of shareholders for never-ending profits,
the time has come for all of us to seriously rethink our relationships with the platforms that have become “the new cable.”
After years of burning through mountains of cash to fill their catalogs with original programming, the big SVOD services are now charging their subscribers more than ever because it’s increasingly difficult to draw in new customers — and because the mere perception of growth is no longer enough to keep their shareholders happy.
Netflix’s recent crackdown on password sharing — which it says resulted in more new signups than cancellations — speaks to how saturated the streaming market has become
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