The streaming world is about to get a lot more crowded, and TheWrap sizes up the new competition
Streaming video is the new gold rush in the media business, and 2019 will see the biggest increase in companies looking to strike it rich.
Ever since Netflix began to make original programming with "House of Cards" in 2013, TV has shifted away from traditional television towards streaming: After all, 2018 was the first year that online video accounted for the largest amount of scripted series.
Now that 2019 is upon us, the streaming world is set to get even more crowded, as mainstays Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and the up-and-coming CBS All Access will be joined by the likes of WarnerMedia, Disney, Apple and maybe even Walmart and Comcast (if NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke's cryptic holiday card is to be believed).
With so many more option...
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