FILE PHOTO: Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO of Netflix, gestures during an event of the Fundacion Telmex Mexico Siglo XXI (Telmex Foundation Mexico XXI Century) in Mexico City, Mexico, September 6, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

The next stage in the cord-cutting revolution could see streaming services like Netflix and Disney Plus bundled alongside one another, not too differently from the way TV channels are today, analysts at Wall street firm Barclays predict.
The shift could radically change things for the streaming, media, and telecom companies that support the streaming ecosystem today.
Comcast and Netflix are likely to be winners in this scenario, the analysts say.
The legacy media brands like Disney and Discovery that are going over the top will be on the losing end.
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Get ready for the re-bundling of TV.

The next stage in the cord-cutting revolution could see streaming services like Netflix and Disney Plus bundled alongside one another, not too differently from the way TV channels are today, analysts at Wall street firm Barclays predict.

The proliferation of streaming-video services, including upcoming offerings like Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, and Quibi, will likely lead to a rebundling of platforms, alongside the broadband or data services that allow people to access them, the analysts wrote in an October 2 note.

Envision an internet provider like Comcast selling a broadband service along with access to a selection of streaming apps — like Netflix, …read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Technology

      

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