Yes, The Future Of Streaming Is Looking More Like Cable. But Is That Bad? | Think | NBC News

Yes, The Future Of Streaming Is Looking More Like Cable. But Is That Bad? | Think | NBC News
Yes, The Future Of Streaming Is Looking More Like Cable. But Is That Bad? | Think | NBC News
The more voices we have out there, the more opportunities there are four different kind of program. So yes, this glut of streaming a Services now is inconvenient, but at the same time, there’s a lot opportunity for a lot more good programming to happen. When this whole streaming thing started not that many years ago, Netflix was an easy that you subscribe to it. It was one of the only game. No, it’s getting a lot more crowd. Cbs all access, HBO GO Hulu Amazon. All of these places that are providing so much good programming, but if you want to watch all of it, you got to subscribe all of these different places. It is not one-stop-shop, so for all of the Liberation streaming seem to give us from the ancient regime of cable. It’S starting to look an awful lot. Cable. Let’S remember, Newton’s law of gravity said what goes up must come down. That is not the case. Newton does not apply to television, because the law of gravity in television is close-up will continue to build. The bill for watching television for a 20 year old in five years is not going to be much cheaper than the bill was for their parents when they were the thick of the cable. With these multiple voices, however, I think we can expect a continuing stream of relief good program when there were only three networks. Those three Networks to appeal to everyone, but when we started to get the competition to came in from cable TV is way better. Since that happened, did it ever was during the so-called golden age of probation in the 1950s? For no other reason, you can do sophisticated programming when you only need to get an audience of two or three million. That’S all. You need to be to be a hit on table. You could never do sophistic propane when you needed to be a hit on network TV. The problem is you’ve got to have enough money. To subscribe to. The big disadvantage is that this really becomes a cultural. Have have not, I can sit here all day and celebrate all the wonderful new programming that has been made possible by this glut of streaming services. But there are a lot of people out there who could have afforded to buy a television set and watch can’t afford to watch the handmaid’s tale because they can’t afford to lose Hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that Button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch, the latest interview show highlights and digital exclusive thanks for watching
Until fairly recently, Netflix and Hulu had little competition in the streaming game. Then along came a host of new streaming services like HBO and Amazon Prime Video; Apple TV+ and Disney+ will launch in the fall. Media expert and Syracuse professor Robert Thompson joined NBC News THINK to discuss how the ways we watch movies and TV are changing.
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