The way people consume video content is rapidly changing. Consumers are relying heavier on mobile phones and streaming services for their daily intake of entertainment. In response to this change, traditional pay-TV companies have been slowly shifting their strategy to be more digitally focused. Many have introduced their own streaming services in an effort to stay on top of the growing trend, but unfortunately not all have been successful in their efforts. Here are five streaming fails of 2017.
The Fall of Seeso
Launched on January 7, 2016, NBCUniversal-owned Seeso was aiming to be the mobile destination for all things comedy. The $3.99 a month service busted through the door with guns blazing, ready to stack the platform with origin...
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