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#11
We have content giants - Disney and Netflix (yes, i think they can be considered as content giants based on their CAPEX) and tech giants who are bundling their streaming services into their core products (The Apple ecosystem and AmazonPrime). This Battle Royale looks like it is going to be bruising for participants but definitely, these translates to exciting times for consumers.
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#11
We have content giants - Disney and Netflix (yes, i think they can be considered as content giants based on their CAPEX) and tech giants who are bundling their streaming services into their core products (The Apple ecosystem and AmazonPrime). This Battle Royale looks like it is going to be bruising for participants but definitely, these translates to exciting times for consumers.
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#12
From yahoo finance, Netflix mkt cap 140B, P/E 102 !

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Netflix works with brands to pay off $16.3b debt
Published Dec 18, 2019, 5:00 am SGT

NEW YORK • Netflix subscribers like being able to glide through entire seasons of Stranger Things and The Crown without sitting through commercials.

While it is the dominant streaming platform, with 158 million global subscribers, Netflix also has a US$12-billion (S$16.3-billion) pile of debt.

And it is facing competition from deep-pocketed streaming newcomers such as Walt Disney and Apple.....

https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/e...-163b-debt
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#12
From yahoo finance, Netflix mkt cap 140B, P/E 102 !

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Netflix works with brands to pay off $16.3b debt
Published Dec 18, 2019, 5:00 am SGT

NEW YORK • Netflix subscribers like being able to glide through entire seasons of Stranger Things and The Crown without sitting through commercials.

While it is the dominant streaming platform, with 158 million global subscribers, Netflix also has a US$12-billion (S$16.3-billion) pile of debt.

And it is facing competition from deep-pocketed streaming newcomers such as Walt Disney and Apple.....

https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/e...-163b-debt
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