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MisterPenguin

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Could MGM's move to make Warner Bros it's theatrical distributor rather than Universal a sign that maybe it's new daddy, Amazon, will be looking to purchase Warner Bros Discovery (HBO)?



I can't see this as anything by the end of CW programming as Nexstar strips it for broadcasting parts...

 

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MisterPenguin

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Peacock finally does something. Mostly out of panic. But, it's something...





The president of Peacock talks about how pure and elite Peacock is in its subscription count... and offers a rock bottom price killing their ARPU in order to goose sub numbers...

 

MisterPenguin

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If Warner Bros Discovery was going to bury a made-for-streaming movie for the insurance money, rather than Batgirl, it should have been four Christmas movies, a modern day genre that needs to die.

 

MisterPenguin

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The slow motion train crash of Warner Bros Discovery continues...



 

MisterPenguin

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The CW's new owner wants CW to stop offering younger-skewing shows that feed its former owners' streaming services, but instead, wants to it to be just a linear network pitched to older people.

IOW, they want the CW to be CBS.

Good luck!!

 

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"Netflix is moving up the timeline for the debut of its cheaper, ad-supported plan to November — in order to get out before the Dec. 8 launch of the Disney+ tier with advertising.

In July, Netflix told investors that it was targeting the launch of the ad-supported plan “around the early part of 2023.” But now, Netflix’s ad-supported is set to go live Nov. 1 in multiple countries, including the U.S., Canada, U.K., France and Germany, according to industry sources who have been briefed on the streamer’s plans. That would be a little over a month before Disney+ Basic, priced at $7.99/month, hits the market in the U.S.

Netflix declined to comment. “We are still in the early days of deciding how to launch a lower-priced, ad-supported tier and no decisions have been made,” a company rep said.

Sources confirmed the new Nov. 1 launch date, which was previously reported by the Wall Street Journal. Netflix and its exclusive ad partner, Microsoft, have requested ad buyers submit initial bids next week, with a “soft $65 CPM” — the cost per thousand views — meaning that the company is open to negotiating the ad rates. That’s well above industry CPMs of sub-$20. Sources speculate Netflix’s request for proposals from ad buyers will function as a Dutch auction, with the company looking to see what the market will bear."

 

MisterPenguin

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This article includes what Disney did right in Indonesia..
 

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