The streaming video landscape is starting to resemble regular old TV

As the cord-cutting revolution begins it’s takeover, ironically enough, the streaming-TV landscape is starting to look a lot like regular old TV. While the US used to have four major broadcasters and a few major cable-network groups like WarnerMedia, the streaming platforms are making a name for themselves and following a similar trend. With the likes of Netflix, the streaming giant that dominates our digital originals chart worldwide, Amazon, Hulu and Youtube, some of the same legacy medias are vying to join them.

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