READ THESE NEXT
With an eye on continued expansion of its content catalog, Netflix this week said new customers in many of its European markets would see a €1 increase in the price of its standard subscription to €9.90 ($10.90), and informed current customers that they’d also see the price bump, but not for another 12 months.
More than half of all U.S. consumers aged 12 and above bought or rented movies or TV shows digitally in the past six months, a new report says.
OK, time for a little Political Science rant (it’ll be short, promise).
The Donald (Trump, of course) will be a big part of tonight’s Republican presidential candidates debate, along with nine other potential candidates who want to be the GOP 2016 nominee. That’s not such a big deal, as there will be several more before the preferred candidate finally is anointed.
Yet another report is predicting linear TV viewing will nosedive in coming years as more consumers turn to online and mobile video for their entertainment.
ZenithOptimedia forecasts a 23% increase in the amount of time people will spend consuming online video daily in 2015, and an addition increase of nearly 20% in 2016.