This podcast dives deep into tech news, press releases, and quarterly financial statements to detail how each company is approaching their streaming service.
099: The Future of the Theatrical Model
The latest episode of The Streaming Wars discusses the Emmy nominations, the latest batch of licensing deals at Universal, and the future of the theatrical model. News Rundown Netflix: ‘Hard Cell’: ‘Doctor Who’ Star Catherine Tate Lands Netflix Prison Comedy Series: https://deadline.com/2021/06/hard-cell-catherine-tate-netflix-1234783972/ Adam Robitel & Gavin Heffernan Set Up Thriller Series At Netflix With Darren...
098: HBO Max Goes International
This episode is a quick one as Dustin goes solo to talk about the major news from the past two weeks. The big news includes Peacock landing a deal with Amazon and HBO Max going international. Fina all about the world of streaming on the latest episode of The Streaming Wars. News Rundown Netflix: Will...
097: HBO Max AVOD Tier Launches
The past two weeks saw HBO launch their AVOD tier, Peacock land a new carriage deal with a major electronics company, and Amazon scoop up even more sports rights. We talk about all of this and discuss which streaming service had the worst launch. The answers might surprise you. News Rundown Netflix: ‘Supercrooks’ Live-Action Millarworld...
096: Amazon Buys MGM
As the summer begins and news slows, there was one major announcement that we started talking about the rumor last episode. Amazon officially announced that they are purchasing MGM. What does this mean for the rest of the entertainment industry? There is that and more with sports and service updates from the past two weeks....
095: WarnerMedia and Discovery Merger
After weeks of little news, we are overloaded with more news than a single episode can handle. The big news and the bulk of the episode is spent discussing the news about the WarnerMedia and Discovery merger announcement. What does it mean for the future of streaming? What does this do to the other streaming...
094: Numbers, Numbers, Numbers
After weeks of slow news, the past two weeks brought new numbers from Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max, Peacock, and Discovery+. On top of that, there were a few new sports deals revealed that will affect streaming in the near future and what will the ad-supported version of HBO Max look like? All of that...
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Good podcast for people who don’t know much about the entertainment business - for those who do, the content is redundant and the point of view is extremely limited. Neither one of the hosts have experience in the industry to be able to understand the intricacies and have a refined opinion or outlook.