Good take on streaming but somehow I feel like Netflix will find a way to stay very relevant.
Just got Disney+ working and of course it’s awesome to find so much Disney back content and since I don’t have cable it will be nice to see some of the NatGeo stuff for once.
My NYU colleague professor Adam Alter has conducted research confirming that the most end…
— Read on www.profgalloway.com/stream-on
I have kids and I like old Disney movies so I am excited to try Disney+ but I can’t.
The way they have launched shows you the technical prowess that Netflix has over all these guys. It’s silly to me that Disney can’t go global from day 1 and even their 3 country launch was plagued by scale issues.
Regardless, people want that product. I know I do.
Right now I use Netflix and Prime Video but will add Disney and maybe, but not sure – HBO.
What I am loving about Prime Video is that all the subtitles are always available regardless of my region. I absolutely hate how Netflix bounds subs to the region – which is silly given people live all around the world in countries they are not from. I wish they would fix this.
Good times if you love to watch stuff – I am digging the new Carnival Row show on Prime for example.
Jon covered this in the newsletter – http://atr.asiatechreview.com/issues/asia-tech-review-11-november-2019-209768
One of the video pirate sites was shut down.
Police Shut Down Thailand’s Most Popular Pirate Site Following Hollywood Request – TorrentFreak
What I am always surprised is how this is allowed to keep running – and it makes money too.
One trick they employ is you can’t see it in Thailand.