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In July, people spent more time streaming than watching cable TV for the first time. But streaming firms still have obstacles ahead.
Disney's streaming service has price and structural advantages, analysts say.
Selling ads and spacing out episodes for shows are a couple of methods the service is trying.
Broadcasters are navigating the transition from an audience raised on cable to an audience raised on TikTok.
Netflix has held out, in part because it fears damaging relationships with subscribers, one expert ways.
Apple TV+ invests in a small number of high-end original productions, consistent with the tech giant's premium product line.
It's adding a small fee to accounts with extra users, focusing on Latin America. In a competitive industry, it has to tread lightly.
Deloitte Global predicts that at least 150 million paid streaming service subscriptions will be canceled globally in 2022.
Musicians depend on high streaming volume to make a living when they're paid as little as .0032 cents a stream.
American audiences have become increasingly interested in foreign films and shows.