Slashdot is powered by your submissions , so send in your scoop. The major movie studios and content owners did not want to see Netflix become another Apple iTunes, which would allow them to set the prices of movies and have control over content distribution, so raised the licensing fees to astronomical levels. And of course, players like Disney saw how controlling the content distribution in this way could be very profitable, and they have no intention of making those sorts of deals again. It's Netflix's intent. Lower costs, higher discoverability, more hours of content for people to binge. Nevermind that, serialized TV shows have massively improved in content quality. Even if they had the money and the technology, they wouldn't have done shows like they're doing now, rather the studios would have just saved that talent for feature length content.
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By leaving the conversation the librarian smacks the book out your hands, how dare you not hear their pitch! The predators, prey. And who you can trust. Instead, the only way to stop the audio is either muting all of your sound, or going to the search bar, neither of which should have to be your options. Speaking of which, the search bar also needs to be redone.
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