A recent report claims that Netflix’s new advertising-supported tier is not living up to expectations. The streaming behemoth has made it possible for advertisers to get their money back for ads that haven’t yet run since Nov. 3, according to a report from Digiday on
Streaming services give us the opportunity to watch our favorite movies and TV shows. Both streaming choices prove to create an investment for their business. The real question remains, which streaming style creates a better investment for their business, all at once or weekly? While
There’s no question that the streaming market has become saturated. What was once thought of as a fad in streaming services has become a staple in the modern household. While brands like Netflix and Hulu have established themselves as the defacto platforms to enjoy your
Most Americans seem to have more time on their hands due to the pandemic. Being stuck at home means that binge watching your favorite TV show was most likely a highlight of your entire weekend. In fact, streaming services have become more popular than ever.
The corona pandemic has changed a lot of things, but media consumption has not been left behind as advertisers now have to come up with new ways and methods to reach audiences. Reports by Marketing Dive show that advertising costs have dropped after markets were
When you think about the best Christmas movies to watch around the holidays, Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York always come to mind. For nearly 30 years, television repeats have made these two films a household tradition. But you’re probably wondering,
Disney Plus launches today and everyone is wondering what this could mean for the future of Netflix. Once a pioneer in streaming services, Netflix is now up against the likes of Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and DC Universe to name a few. As