With OTT services like HBO Max streaming first-run movies on release day, movie theaters need to think beyond comfy chairs and draft beer to keep selling tickets.
From the rise of Zoom to the fall of MPEG, 2020 has been a year of surprises.
Streaming is still only a fraction of total video watched, even post-COVID lockdown. What happens when it's the de facto method for delivering video content? Will the existing CDN approaches be enough to handle the next phase of streaming growth?
In a world dominated by streaming, cinemas still offer the optimal viewing experience for movies. OTT will never replace that.