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The Streaming Wars

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Latest Episodes

The latest episode of The Streaming Wars discusses the Emmy nominations, the latest batch of licensing deals at Universal, and the future of the theatrical model. more

a year ago

This episode is a quick one as Dustin goes solo to talk about the major news from the past two weeks. The big news includes Peacock landing a deal with Amazon and HBO Max going international. Fina all about the world of streaming on the latest episod... more

a year ago

The past two weeks saw HBO launch their AVOD tier, Peacock land a new carriage deal with a major electronics company, and Amazon scoop up even more sports rights. We talk about all of this and discuss which streaming service had the worst launch. The... more

a year ago


4.1 out of 5 stars from 18 ratings
  • It’s good

    It’s good enough to listen to you if your new to streaming or recently became a cord cutter.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Interesting

    Good podcast for people who don’t know much about the entertainment business - for those who do, the content is redundant and the point of view is extremely limited. Neither one of the hosts have experience in the industry to be able to understand the intricacies and have a refined opinion or outlook.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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