Over the course of our "is TV dead?" think piece series, we have determined that TV is far from dead, but streaming is taking over from linear. We have also discussed some of the current challenges the streamers may have.So
finally, we want to make some suggestions on what to do to become (or stay) successful.
As we saw in part 1, linear TV is declining, whereas streaming services are taking over. So, are there any challenges for the streamers, or is it easy sailing?
How many times have you read the following headline: “Is TV dead?”. At least since 2007, when Netflix announced they would start streaming and the first iPhone saw the light of day, there have been similar questions and reports from pretty much every industry expert and professional services company. The death of TV has been predicted as imminent, whereas in reality, 14 years later, it is still premature to make such a statement. The majority of the TV viewing in 2021 is still dominated by linear TV, either that is real-time or time-shifted.
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