Netflix announces $100 million emergency fund to help the creative community

Netflix becomes the latest company to announce steps to help people struggling because of the ongoing health crisis. In a press release today, the company announced a $100 million emergency fund to help the creative community who has taken a hit due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Covid-19 crisis is devastating for many industries, including the creative … Continue reading Netflix announces $100 million emergency fund to help the creative community

Indian Govt Gives Streaming Platforms 100 Days To Finalise Self-Regulation Code

As it looks to regulate content on over-the-top (OTT) video streaming platforms, the Indian government has now given 100 days to streaming companies to set up an adjudicatory body. After meeting with representatives of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Zee5, MX Player, ALTBalaji, Hotstar, Voot, Jio, SonyLIV and Arre, information and broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar urged platforms … Continue reading Indian Govt Gives Streaming Platforms 100 Days To Finalise Self-Regulation Code

Disney+: Everything you need to know about Disney’s streaming service

November 12 is almost here and I can practically taste the pixie dust. Showcasing dozens of original shows and films — as well as hundreds of movies and thousands of TV episodes from the Disney vault — Disney+ may be one of the most highly anticipated streaming services of the decade. Here's everything you need … Continue reading Disney+: Everything you need to know about Disney’s streaming service

Netflix investors demand the company crack down on password sharing

Netflix may soon be cracking down on users who share their passwords with non-household members. Investors are demanding that the company take action against free-loading Netflix users after disappointing Q3 earnings.  While the company initially forecast paid net adds would increase year after year, pricing changes and increased competition caused growth to stall.  Global net … Continue reading Netflix investors demand the company crack down on password sharing