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Very back of the napkin math for NFL Rights annually over next decade, based on numbers being thrown around: Disney: $2.6b CBS: ~$2b FOX: ~$2b NBC: ~$2b Amazon: $1b ========== NFL gets… ~$9.6 billion Not bad!

Top executives of OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar and ZEE5 deliberated on the possibility of nominating Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) as the sole self-regulatory body with the I&B Ministry.

Martin Lewis urges savers to look into their subscriptions - are you paying for Netflix, Amazon Prime or Disney+ but are not using it?

The company, which competes with services like Amazon Prime Video and Disney+Hotstar in India, said users will always be in control of how much content is downloaded to their device #Netflix 

Netflix, Amazon and Disney are finding it more difficult to cash in on India's entertainment-hungry audiences than initially imagined, as they tackle create scrutiny from censors

Which is your fav: Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and Hulu? Because - spoiler alert - we're subscribing to more streaming services these days via @usatodaytech 

Here are the 13 best new titles hitting Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and HBO Max this February.

The signatories to the code include ZEE5, Viacom 18 (Voot), Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, SonyLiv, MX Player, Jio Cinema and will be effective from 10 February 2021 @alnehaa  reports #OTT  #ottplatforms 


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Apple, Amazon, eBay, Disney, McDonald's These companies would not exist if it weren't for immigrants

Content budgets in 2020: Netflix $18.5 billion Amazon $8.5 billion Apple TV+ $6 billion Hulu $4.5 billion Disney+ $2.5 billion HBO Max $2 billion Peacock $1.5 billion Quibi $1 billion CBS All Access $1 billion Source: Bloomberg Intelligence

Here's how old these companies will be turning in 2018: Snapchat: 7 years Uber: 9 years Twitter: 12 years Facebook: 14 years Tesla: 15 years Google: 20 years Netflix: 21 years Amazon: 24 years Apple: 42 years Intel: 50 years HP: 79 years Disney: 95 years IBM: 107 years

Revenue generated in past decade: Apple $1.9 trillion Samsung $1.8 trillion Amazon $1.2 trillion IBM $898 billion Microsoft $888 billion Google $780 billion Sony $772 billion Intel $579 billion Disney $507 billion Facebook $244 billion

Stock returns in past decade: Netflix: +4,177% Amazon: +1,787% Mastercard: +1,126% Apple: +966% Visa: +824% Starbucks: +800% Salesforce: +792% Adobe: +790% Nike: +587% Microsoft: +556% Costco: +542% Disney: +423% Google: +335% McDonald’s: +325%

If Amazon and Disney can pay $15 an hour, so can McDonald's, which made $5.1 billion in profits last year. My message to McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook: No one in America, especially those working for a profitable corporation like McDonald’s, should be living in poverty.

I am excited to announce that on July 16 we will hold a live streamed town hall with workers from Amazon, Disney, McDonald’s and Walmart. I hope their CEOs will have the guts to sit on a panel with their own employees.

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Here’s how old these companies will be turning in 2019: Snapchat: 8 years Uber: 10 years Twitter: 13 years Facebook: 15 years Tesla: 16 years Google: 21 years Netflix: 22 years Amazon: 25 years Apple: 43 years Intel: 51 years HP: 80 years Disney: 96 years IBM: 108 years

Revenue generated each hour: Apple: $30.7 million Amazon: $26.9 million Microsoft: $13.3 million Google: $12.7 million IBM: $9.3 million Disney: $6.9 million Facebook: $6.4 million Tesla: $2.5 million Netflix: $1.8 million Source: analyst estimates

Apple, Amazon, eBay, Disney, McDonald's These companies would not exist if it weren't for immigrants