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"Netflix has lost a lot of market share since the onset of the pandemic as newer, more exclusive platforms gained quick popularity from stay-at-home entertainment seekers, per Parrot Analytics."
"According to Parrot Analytics, Netflix’s share of the streaming pie has continued to shrink as competitors like Disney+, Apple TV+ and HBO Max have entered the market."
"Ms. Teigen is in the top 0.5% of all U.S. talent when it comes to popularity online, according to Parrot Analytics."
Chairman and CEO of HBO/HBO Max Casey Bloys, interviewed by entertainment strategist Matthew Ball, shares his take on the network’s past, present and future strategies to continue producing high-quality, in-demand content that fans love.
The film industry is at a pivotal moment in its century-long history. A massive technologically driven revolution that has impacted and irrevocably changed how people want to watch movies has led to new businesses, shifting priorities, and concerns about what the future looks like.
The number of Japanese and South Korean talents who have become worldwide sensations in a plethora of industries has increased tenfold over the last few years.
Get a glimpse into the future of global audience demand measurement for TV shows, movies and talent and learn from consolidated insights and strategic thinking focused on the entertainment industry.
PART 1 - To say that a lot has happened to the entertainment industry and, subsequently, the streaming revolution, would be the definition of an understatement. Netflix produced nearly 60% of its most in-demand premieres in 2022, and also saw its market cap fall more than $120 billion as Wall Street changed the fundamentals for measuring streaming success.
PART 2 - To say that a lot has happened to the entertainment industry and, subsequently, the streaming revolution, would be the definition of an understatement. Netflix produced nearly 60% of its most in-demand premieres in 2022, and also saw its market cap fall more than $120 billion as Wall Street changed the fundamentals for measuring streaming success.
Everyone wants the next big franchise. Marvel Studios has generated close to $25 billion at the global box office alone since 2008’s Iron Man - and that doesn’t include ancillary revenue, Disney+ subscriptions activated, theme park visits, or games licensing opportunities. Joker, a darker take on DC Comics’ most infamous villain, saw more than $1 billion at the box office and spurred a sequel, with director Todd Phillips in talks to potentially help architect the future of the DC Cinematic Universe.
Hollywood has tried to figure out how to successfully wade into the world of video games for decades, but a recent string of animated and live-action hits have demonstrated there is more demand than ever from fans to see exceptional adaptations and extensions of their favorite games.