In the last decade, movie and TV viewers have been treated to several streaming services allowing everything from old classics to critically acclaimed fresh content, out of many services available globally, only some giants reign supreme. A new study led by Electrical Direct found the famous streaming services for each country and area, with Netflix managing overall by being the number one service in 94 countries, followed by Amazon Prime Video in 11 countries and the Russian service Ivi in more 4 countries.
According to The Streamable, Netflix ventured a trial crackdown in March by giving pop-up notifications to those they think are viewing by way of someone else’s account. The prompt said clients, “If you do not live with the owner of the account, you need your own account to keep seeing. To proceed, they needed to verify the account with an email or create a new tab with a 30-day free trial. Password sharing is estimated to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in missed revenue. But not all of it is sensitive content. According to one review, much of its content has been already hosted on YouTube. “Spectators will be informed on latest products and trends by an expert Trakin Tech, fashion and beauty specialists such as Malvika Sitlani, Sejal Kumar, Jovita George, Prerna Chhabra, and ShivShakti,” the firm announced in a statement.
“Food lovers will be able to enjoy content from Kabita’sKabita’s Kitchen, Cook with Nisha, and Gobble. In the following months, MiniTV adds in new and exclusive videos.” MiniTV is available only in the Android Amazon app in India but will soon come to the iOS app. Password sharing is expected to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in lost revenue. That is a minor issue now for an industry that earns about 120 billion dollars annually. Still, something it needs to address as spending on unique new programming skyrockets.
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