Monday, May 21, 2018

What’s next for online TV services may be ironically familiar as companies aim to simplify the viewer experience

A growing number of consumers subscribe to multiple streaming services, with those paying for three or more services doubling since 2014, according to Parks research. And people don’t want to juggle five or ten apps to watch video on a half-dozen devices. So companies from Amazon to Comcast are offering a marketplace of subscribable content outside their regular shows or channels. It’s the idea of one service offering access to all the shows you want to see and charging for them on one bill.

From the article "What’s next for online TV services may be ironically familiar as companies aim to simplify the viewer experience" by Tamara Chuang.

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