Are We Caught In The Middle As Streaming Devices And Platforms Continue Their War?
All the new streaming apps are missing out on the most famous TV streaming devices, such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV. For example, Peacock streams free shows and movies but does not support Amazon Fire TV. Such issues have recently popped up due to the internal war between the most powerful TV app distributors and deep-pocketed media companies. Both sides want more control of the data, money, and programming at the heart of your streaming activity.
Unfortunately, that leaves you stuck in the middle with missing streaming options.
The bigger picture shows that people might not be able to stream specific services on specific devices mainly due to licensed programming of the device makers’ own streaming channels or committing to spend a certain amount of money on marketing for that particular platform. It could also be due to the sharing of an advertising inventory in the service or the need to have a specific subscription in order for the streaming service to work on a particular device. All of this is nothing new but at the end of the day, it is the consumers who are paying the price.
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