Streaming video services' value is being rejiggered, built around research that suggests consumers have limited desire for more than a few offerings, and a budget or around $40 per month to spend.
Netflix this month revealed viewership numbers for the first time around "Bird Box" and raised its prices -- moves that point to a larger, longer-term strategy at play.
Next year's CES will see the streaming video landscape transformed as AT&T launches its streaming service and Disney gains control of Hulu and launches its Disney+ service.
Digital and streaming video continues to accelerate at a rapid pace, both in terms of consumer adoption, advertiser adoption, and technological change. If the news that has already trickled out of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is any indication, 2019 is already poised to be a big one for the world of video.