Disney+ is launching next month, and Netflix doesn’t seem phased at all


Netflix

Netflix may have come to prominence as a company that sent out
physical DVDs in the mail, but the company really took things to
the next level when it turned its entire business model upside down
and opted to focus on streaming video content instead. In
hindsight, Netflix’s pivot towards streaming was incredibly
prescient and helped kickstart a completely new era of media
consumption.

Famously, Netflix’s streaming service was able to hit the ground
running thanks to an endless amount of content licensed from
third-parties. Notably, even the most popular content on Netflix
today tends to come from outside the confines of Netflix, with
Friends and The Office being two prime examples. All the while, the
media giants that were licensing their older content to Netflix
where wholly unaware that they were helping transform Netflix into
a juggernaut capable of threatening their own business models.


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Disney+ is launching next month, and Netflix doesn’t seem phased
at all
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Disney+ is launching next month, and Netflix doesn’t seem phased at all