Old movie law could upend the streaming universe

Obscure 1949 Movie Law Could Upend the Streaming Universe

Jason Wolfson Streaming Wars

As the streaming world continues to capture both trade and consumer media attention, the U.S. Department of Justice made an interesting decision on a movie law that warrants a closer look. Probably only movie buffs or legal historians would know that in the 1948, the Supreme Court ruled in a landmark decision that the eight largest movie studios in Hollywood …

MPAA: Home Entertainment Consumer Spending Increased 16% YoY

Jason Wolfson Reports

Step aside everyone else – home entertainment runs the world – and it’s got the revenue to back it up. Data from the 2018 MPAA report shows just how much home entertainment has exploded in a short period of time. Content providers who are most nimble and screen-agnostic will be the ones who win out. This epic shift means more challenges for the marketers …

Survey Says: 90% of TV Consumers Want Better Discoverability

Jason Wolfson Reports, Uncategorized

If you’ve happen to come across all of the new TV platforms choices – from your good ole fashioned MVPDs to vMVPDs, OTTs and streaming services – consumers (and frankly myself after listing them out) feel a need for simplicity, discoverability, and streamlined experience for pay TV services. The proliferation of TV services and content has exploded the last few years. …