Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Forget Netflix, Apple Should Be Buying Roku

Even better, Apple would be putting its service out in the wild — i.e., unbundling the service from the device — just as Roku is getting traction for being the most widely used TV operating system, with a 37% share of the streaming player market, according to a recent Parks Associates survey. Apple could leverage that installed base to bring its content to more people, faster, than it ever could building from scratch.

From the article "Forget Netflix, Apple Should Be Buying Roku" by Tim Beyers.

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