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  • [New] Looking ahead to the upcoming quarter - a period in which Netflix expects to lose 2 million subscribers - Disney seems to expect Disney +' s subscriber growth to continue. Digiday
  • [New] Ofcom will be given new regulatory powers through a 'Video-on-Demand code', covering platforms including Netflix and Amazon Prime, to protect viewers from harmful material. The Telegraph
  • [New] In spite of an increase in membership cancellations due to rising subscription prices and costs of living, 1.88 billion people are expected to use streaming services such as Netflix and Disney + in 2022, both of which will add advertising in the coming years. VideoWeek
  • [New] Pollsters expect a close race over a 4% levy international streaming platforms, such as Netflix and Disney, would have to pay on their revenue from Switzerland. swissinfo.ch
  • [New] If Netflix can demonstrate a boost in revenue from a tougher stance on password sharing, other streaming services such as Disney +, HBO Max, and Paramount + could follow. Fast Company
  • Last week, Netflix announced it lost 200,000 subscribers during the first quarter of 2022 and expects to lose another 2 million in coming months. Insider
  • The loss of subscribers with Netflix which they expect to continue into second quarter and the abrupt termination of CNN + in just over one month raises financial questions about the future of streaming video. Forbes
  • Platforms like Facebook will have to make the workings of their recommendation algorithms - used to sort content on the News Feed or suggest shows on Netflix - transparent to users. Metro.co.uk
  • As competitors like Disney Plus, HBO Max, Amazon Prime and Hulu grow, more users might be considering canceling Netflix. CNet
  • As rising inflation starts hitting households and the competition from the likes of Disney, Amazon, Apple and Hulu increases, Netflix will have to make changes to stop the slide in fallen subscribers. DailyInvestNews
  • Netflix has announced that viewers will get the opportunity to make romanic decisions for characters in a new interactive romantic comedy, Choose Love. RELEVANT
  • Netflix stock projection for 2030 includes 12 forecasts for each month, with an average forecast of $538.38, a high prognosis of $776.47, and a low forecast of $376.87 for each month. Coin Decimal
  • Netflix, Disney +, Amazon Prime Video and other streamers will be given new rules that will bring them in line with traditional broadcasters. ShinyShiny
  • We have seen streaming giant Netflix take a kicking after it announced a net loss of 200,000 subscribers globally and expects to lose a further two million over the next three months. Conservative Home
  • Netflix saw its stock plunge 30% at the open last week after the streaming video service reported a net loss of 200,000 subscribers when it had projected a gain of 2.5 million. Politico
  • A GlobalData forecast reveals the limited scope for growth in Netflix's typical markets, with US SVoD unique penetration expected to reach 87% by the end of 2022 and 92% by 2026. Verdict
  • Netflix still expects either mild growth (no more than 1.5 million new members) or a loss (up to 2 million) in the ongoing second quarter. Engadget
  • To attract viewers, Netflix is preparing cheaper subscriptions with advertising - which it expects to roll out in the next couple of years. Ghanamma.com
  • In terms of capitalization, Netflix is now worth $109bn, a figure that will make it more difficult for its Los Gatos, California-based management to raise money to fund the investment for content production upon which subscriber growth has been dependent. The Guardian
  • Shares of Netflix lost more than 35% of their value in New York on Wednesday morning, after the streaming giant announced it had lost more than 200,000 subscribers in the first three months of the year and said it and expects to lose 2 million more over the next quarter. The Guardian

Last updated: 22 May 2022


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