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Netflix’s Loss of Marvel Movies May Hurt Subscriber Growth, Poll Finds

Some 22 percent of Americans in the new poll said they’d cancel their Netflix subscription if Disney’s Marvel Studios films (like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War) were removed from the platform. And 20 percent said they’d drop the streamer if Lucasfilm’s Star Wars movies left the service. – Erik Hayden, The Hollywood Reporter » http://bit.ly/2vXnL2j
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Consumers aren’t using the ‘smart’ part of smart TVs

Among those who have connected their smart TV, 69% use it to watch streaming content at least weekly; but a quarter (23%) stream through their smart TV only occasionally and 8% never do at all. – Michelle Clancy, Rapid TV News » http://bit.ly/2DXeXhj

Kids’ suicides spiked after Netflix’s ′13 Reasons Why,’ study finds

The study published Monday can’t prove that the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” was the cause, but there were 195 more youth suicides than would have been expected in the nine months following the show’s March 2017 release, given historical and seasonal suicide trends, the study estimated. – Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press via Live 5 News » http://bit.ly/2ISSrtZ

Netflix may be losing $192M per month from piracy, cord cutting study claims

As many as 1 in 5 people today are mooching off of someone else’s account when streaming video from Netflix,Hulu or Amazon Video, according to a new study from CordCutting.com. Of these, Netflix tends to be pirated for the longest period — 26 months, compared with 16 months for Amazon Prime Video or 11 months for Hulu. That could be because Netflix freeloaders often mooch off their family instead of a friend — 48 percent use their parents’ login, while another 14 percent use their sister or brother’s credentials, the firm found. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/2Eg4r3N

Stacking builds up as single SVOD service households decline globally

In a survey of 33,000 internet users across the 16 countries, more than half (50%) of respondents in 13 of those countries had at least one SVOD service, while in 10 of the 16 markets, more than half of SVOD homes were so-called SVOD stackers, that is taking more than one service. Ampere added that as more major players such as Disney enter the SVOD marketplace in 2019 and beyond, the question is just how many services will consumers pay for? – Joseph O’Halloran, Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/2tBlgRK

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