Netflix churns our garbage...look how very little quality programming they have of their own. They spend and spend but just garbageNeovingian wrote: ↑Aug 14th, 2017 2:43 pmDisney is making a mistake, even if they have deep pockets or acquired a small streaming service. Netflix is a beast and they practically perfected the movie streaming business and their lifeblood is signing monthly subs and striking partnerships and they have the infrastructure to grow. Although this move by disney is threatening, as they keep delivering quality content and improve their service, I don't think they have anything to worry about.
The only other company who might be able to threaten Netflix is Amazon seeing as how their AWS servers are used even everyone by Netflix.
Netflix needs to look into reducing licensing costs or leveraging other assets
Disney churns out way way higher quality than Netflix and the Disney content library will take a century for Netflix to catch up to even if Disney stopped now
Disney is a huge company who perfected the whole consumer experience and charging a huge premium for it and still have people lineup for their movies, merchandise, theme parks, resorts, cruises and etc