As streaming takes its place at the entertainment table, and customers start considering just how many services their wallets can stand to subscribe to. According to a JD Power study, it’s about four and a half, on average.
Streaming platforms are polishing up the big guns and looking to draw all the interest the market will bear. Proving interest in streaming isn’t a problem anymore. 2020 showed that much, and 2021 looks to continue that interest.
Drawing that interest in one particular direction can be a challenge for many providers. Hulu is finding that much out, and discovering that one of its biggest problems may lie with one of its owners — Comcast.
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