Winners & Losers January 25, 2018

Disney Prepares for War



Here at L2, we've predicted Netflix would be the next horseman. But the streaming platform is getting some competition. We take a look at who's winning -- and losing -- the battle for views.

Plus, Scott tries out Google's Arts and Culture app.

(0:10) “Consumer Intelligence Series: I Stream, You Stream,” PWC, October 2017.
(0:16) Analysis of Leichtman Research Group Data, June 2017.
(0:16) Netflix, January 2018.
(0:45) “Sheryl Sandberg, Jack Dorsey to Leave Disney’s Board,” Bloomberg, January 2018.
(0:53) Box Office Mojo, December 2017.
(1:11) “Disney’s Fox Acquisition Means The End Of Hulu As We Know It,” recode, December 2017.
(1:21) “Netflix Will Release More Movies In 2018 Than Most Major Film Studios Combined,” Quartz, October 2017.
(1:42) Box Office Mojo.
(1:53) "Netflix Co-Founder’s Crazy Plan: Pay $10 A Month, Go To The Movies All You Want," Bloomberg, August 2017.
(2:00) MoviePass, MPAA.
(2:12) “Ex-Netflix Exec Mitch Lowe Takes Over as MoviePass CEO,” Variety, June 2016.
(2:27) “MoviePass Wants To Save Moviegoing—If Theaters Will Let It,” Wired, August 2017.
(3:01) “Top Apps on iOS Store, United States, Overall, Jan 16, 2018,” App Annie, January 2018.

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Scott Galloway Founder, L2; Professor of Marketing, NYU Stern

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