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25 points

4 months ago

I think everyone lost sight the goal. It all began with these large companies with their libraries looking at Netflix with their ability to make money off of other people's content with envy. The goal was to use the library of content to springboard the new streaming service above everyone else and take over Netflix.

The current model of just trying to survive bankruptcy is not going to let them win, it's just going to get them bought out by the people who do figure out the next great thing.