This podcast dives deep into tech news, press releases, and quarterly financial statements to detail how each company is approaching their streaming service.
092: NBCUniversal’s New Streaming Service?
Over the past two weeks, there were a few things worth discussing from the world of streaming. Netflix made a large investment in two movie sequels. There was a slew of news based on previously theatrical only films coming to streaming. And could there be another streaming service in the future for NBCUniversal? Find out...
091: NFL Deals and the Streaming Landscape
The last two weeks saw new details for the upcoming AVOD version of HBO Max, Disney+ hit a new milestone, Netflix cracking down on password sharing, and some major sports deals that change the landscape of the streaming services. And what do we swear off covering in the future? Listen to find out on the...
090: Paramount+ First Thoughts
Paramount+ has launched and Dustin gives his first thoughts on the service. Is it worth the money? Is there enough content to make people stay using it after the trials and discounts expire? Find all about it and more from the past week’s worth of news from the world of streaming. News Rundown Netflix: Netflix...
089: Paramount+ Details
The past two weeks have brought a ton of info on the latest addition to the Streaming Wars, Paramount+. How much will it cost? What will it offer? Find out all about it and the other big news from the world of streaming. News Rundown Netflix: Wednesday Addams Live-Action Series From Tim Burton Ordered By...
088: Disney’s Latest Numbers
After a week off, there still isn’t a ton of news to discuss, but we do have the most recent numbers from Disney. In addition to that, we discuss HBO Max’s push into international markets and theorize about a major merger floating around on the net. All of that and more as Tony and Dustin...
087: HBO Max and Peacock Gains
Streaming news starts to get back into the normal groove with the latest quarterly reports which bring new subscriber numbers for HBO Max and Peacock. Other highlights from the week include ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ topping the holiday week after all, IMDb TV landing on Roku, and a new split streaming deal for a top sitcom....
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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.