Online streaming companies have resuscitated series that were on the verge of being dropped, as Amazon did with Ripper Street. And they've resurrected much loved shows that had laid dormant for some time, as Netflix did with Arrested Development, Fuller House and the upcoming revival of Gilmore Girls.
Five months after he coined the term "peak TV" to describe the overwhelming amount of video content available to audiences, FX Networks CEO John Landgraf said we're not yet at the peak, but will be soon. Landgraf also renewed his calls for Netflix to release data so it can be on a level playing field with the other TV networks.
The giant Internet merchant Amazon unveiled a package of 31 online subscription channels. The bouquet includes CuriosityStream, led by Discovery founder John Hendricks. Other documentary, factual and lifestyle channels are in the bouquet. The Streaming Partners Program (SPP) is an initiative that threatens to add more disruption to the media eco-system. It creates new opportunities …
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