TV Everywhere? More like Advertising Everywhere. “It’s almost like the networks are trying to drive you to platforms like Netflix or Amazon Prime,” said BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield, who posted the video as part of a research report on TV Everywhere.
A Needham & Co. report estimates that allowing consumers to buy their channels “a la carte” would result in $113 million in lost value and cost 1.4 million jobs, among other conclusions.
TNT’s tagline is “We Know Drama,” but maybe it should be changed to “We Know ’90s Stars.” (Not that this is a bad thing!)
And why it’s so expensive, and why we don’t all have 4G yet, and why we still get that roaming icon so much, etc. The red line represents carriers’ spending on network infrastructure over the years, relative to revenues. It’s still declining despite, like, everybody getting network-straining smartphones.
Nailed it. These charts illustrate how six of the biggest tech companies are organized.
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