Verizon (VZ) unveiled a new streaming bundle called "My Plan" that packages Netflix (NFLX) and Max (WBD) starting at $10 per month. The telecom and media giant is the latest to embrace streaming partnerships as wireless carriers and streaming platforms offer new discounted services. Yahoo Finance Entertainment Reporter Alexandra Canal breaks down the details, examining the potential revenue implications of these discounted deals. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
Hollywood studios and streaming platforms are entering comeback mode from the Hollywood strikes that halted major productions and slowed down fresh content output. Brightcove (BCOV) CEO Marc DeBevoise sits down in-studio with Yahoo Finance Live to highlight how streaming bundling strategies and ad-tier subscription prices may bring business back to streaming services like Netflix (NFLX), Amazon (AMZN), Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD), Disney+ (DIS), and Paramount (PARA). "The free ad-supported streaming television revolution... has really ramped up the opportunity for advertising on these services. You'll see each subscription service also have an ad-supported with lower priced tier over time," DeBevoise says, adding: "The winner there is streaming overall." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
Verizon this week launched a new streaming subscription for its wireless phone customers, pairing Netflix and Max’s ad-supported tiers together for $10 a month.