Sunday, January 17, 2016

Cord Cutters Face A Sea Of Streaming Option

Hartstein’s decision was made easier because of a flood of Internet-streaming services that allow consumers to cobble together their own video packages. There are more than 100 Internet-video services operating in the U.S., with at least 40 percent launching during the last two years, according to Dallas consulting firm Parks Associates.

Although Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime kicked off the streaming revolution, the field is getting more crowded with new entrants serving up niche programming including wrestling, Japanese anime and South Korean soap operas.

From the article "Cord Cutters Face A Sea Of Streaming Option" by Meg James and Yvonne Villarreal.

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