Netflix coming to the end of the road – What’s next for Netflix?

Netflix lost 2M subscribers, 70% of its market value and laid off 450 employees in 2022. Looking to add a lower ad-supported offering, no longer releasing episodes at once, exploring new formats and acquiring gaming studios. Is Netflix turning into a traditional TV network? Times are not easy with increasing competition for talent, content, eyeballs…

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Microsoft Build ; Meta Conversations ; Stripe Sessions ; Instagram TED Talk ; Sequoia Report

What You Should Know? Episode 1 00:00 Intro 00:52 Microsoft Build 2022 09:36 Meta Conversations (Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram Direct) 14:30 Stripe Sessions 2022 20:00 Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri TED Talk 22:48 Sequoia analysis ‘Adapting To Endure’ Resources: Microsoft Build 2022 Microsoft Build Into Focus: Preparing For The Metaverse Meta Conversations Full Keynote Stripe Sessions 2022…

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Live audio chat is here to stay

Timing is everything. Facebook launched Live Audio feature 10 years ago, where audio-first content like podcasts were brought to the News Feed with the ability for anyone to join the conversation. Clubhouse‬ wouldn’t be happening without the pandemic (more spare time, don’t have to look good, multitask), Airpods (ease to listen to audio), and growing…

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Why Quibi failed? – Lessons learned and what will happen with the $1.75B investment

Quibi decided to shut down after 2 years in development, 6 months in the market and $1.75B raised. Why Quibi failed? What are the lessons learned and what will happen with the $1.75B investment from the big studios and banks? In this video: 00:00​ Intro 00:23​ Quibi Proposition 02:13​ Mobile first 04:59​ Premium content 07:54​…

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Mega Bundles – Apple One, Google One, Amazon Prime, Microsoft 365

Customer loyalty, growth and earnings are increasingly driven by recurring revenue bundles. Big 4 have all introduced their own bundles trying to compete for customer attention offering better value, convenience and simplicity. More and more services are being bundled across and within industries. In this video, let’s explore how to win in this new world…

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Controlling The Rails – Who are the new cable operators?

Even more important from the streaming wars has become the platform wars. Aggregating customers, controlling the experience and monetizing it on the platform level. These are the new cable operators: Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Android TV and Apple TV.

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Content – a feature to sell everything else

Content doesn’t need to make money. Not directly anyway. It has moved from being only a revenue driver for content owners and studios to become a key part of companies’ flywheel. All in all to increase the lifetime value by selling other products and services.

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Streaming like there’s no tomorrow

A rising tide lifts all boats – unless they crash. Netflix service was down last week in Europe and the US, Twitch experienced an outage this week. While infrastructure providers are struggling to keep up, online streaming consumption is growing rapidly. The new circumstances have opened up a significant amount of spare time: average American…

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