Disney movies will be coming to Netflix in 2018 and 2019 as part of the soon to be finished Disney contract.
I hate the fact that all these companies think they can go after their own piece of the pie with streaming services.
If more and more companies do this, the media market will be so fragmented that no one will bother paying for any of these services.
How much are each of these companies expecting people to pay for their service?
If I'm paying £8 or £9 for Netflix, I'm not also going to pay another £8 or £9 for Disney as well.
No single company can create enough media till fill a service.
We can see the same thing happening with Steam and companies creating their own software distribution, but thats not a subscription service.
Exactly why I disagree with EA Access.
But wouldn't Netflix pay disney?
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