The Amp podcast: What does the future hold for SVoD and BVoD?
In this months episode, we talk about the future of SVoD and BVoD. Minal Modha talks to Fred Black about the recent downturn in commissions in the US, Richard Cooper about the recent stagnation of streaming services in the US, and finally Lottie Towler about her recent work on how BVoD's can better compete in this market.
Production by Rory Gooderick.
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