Who’s winning the streaming wars?| Media Advisory

Who’s winning the streaming wars?| Media Advisory

April 18, 20242 min read

Netflix has it's Q1 results out today and all eyes are on the streaming industry.

The battle for dominance in the streaming industry continues to intensify, shaping the way audiences consume entertainment and influencing the future of media consumption. As major players vie for subscribers and content rights, the outcome of the streaming wars has significant implications for consumers, content creators, and the broader entertainment landscape.

Here are key story angles for journalists to explore:

  • Market analysis of streaming platforms: Examining the strategies and market performance of leading streaming services in terms of subscriber growth, revenue, and content offerings.
  • Impact on traditional media and broadcasting: Investigating how the rise of streaming platforms is reshaping traditional television and movie distribution models, as well as advertising trends.
  • Content wars and original programming: Delving into the competition among streaming services to produce exclusive and original content, including trends in genres, diversity, and production budgets.
  • User experience and interface innovation: Exploring advancements in streaming technology, user interface design, and personalization features aimed at enhancing the viewer experience.
  • Global expansion and regional competition: Analyzing the expansion efforts of streaming giants into international markets and the challenges they face in competing with local and regional players.
  • Regulatory and antitrust implications: Considering the regulatory scrutiny and antitrust concerns surrounding the dominance of certain streaming platforms and their impact on competition and consumer choice.

Connect with an Expert about Streaming:

For journalists with questions or looking to cover the streaming wars? here is a select list of experts.

To search our full list of experts visit www.expertfile.com

Rahul Telang

Trustees Professor and Program Chair · Carnegie Mellon University

Donghee Yvette Wohn

Associate Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Michael D. Smith

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Karen Shackleford, Ph.D.

Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Stephen J. Andriole, PhD

Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

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