Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Netflix Has $5 Billion to Burn on Content in Global Expansion

Global licensing is always expensive, according to Glenn Hower, a research analyst at Parks Associates. But Netflix’s approach runs against the norms of global rights, which break everything up regionally, he said. Attempts to bust up the institutions of licensing probably comes at a premium, Hower said.

The consumer behaviors in many of 2016’s new markets differ from the places where Netflix is strongest now.

From the article "Netflix Has $5 Billion to Burn on Content in Global Expansion" by Joan E. Solsman.

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