"I think the market is delusional if they think consumers are Watch Movies OnlineCyberGhostExpressVPN willing to pay and subscribe to all these apps,” he said. “In the next year or so these apps are going to disappear, or they’ll see there’s no clear path to significant scale.”
They have an app (lmao) that shows commercials.
Anyone use it?
Last Edit: Dec 31, 2018 12:29:24 GMT -5 by daryldixon
I believe the people who 'want it all' have it with cable and satellite solutions. Right now, that is about 80% of consumers. That number could drop to less than 50%, but the industry has a lot of power to impact that number with pricing.
I agree that most want a one stop solution -- one box, one input, one remote. TiVo kind of pulls this off by adding Netflix and Prime apps to their DVR. Comcast has added a Netflix app to their service. I have a couple Roku televisions. I think they are very attractive with low cost, OTA Trick Play, and easy navigation of apps and inputs all wrapped up in a nice PSIP OTA guide. Tubi is an installed app, but I do not use it.
That 'all in one' box has to come with an 'all in one' service. In time, we may see a 'one guide' box that integrates apps like channels, but, right now, staples like professional sports are too expensive and restricted to secure meaningful support.