Warner Bros. Discovery is launching a set of free, ad-supported streaming services for its programming on Roku and Tubi, the latest sign of how the entertainment company is trying to drive more revenue from its TV and film library. As part of the deal, Warner Bros. is licensing some older shows to the Roku Channel. The new services—known in the industry as FAST channels—will feature shows like...
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AI Startups Are Trying to Make Usage-Based Pricing Happen
Tech waves have often brought along with them corresponding changes in business and pricing models. For instance, when companies moved from using servers in their own data centers to ones hosted by public cloud providers, they also switched from buying packaged software a la carte to subscribing to cloud-based software, leading to the much-loved SaaS model we see today.Now, VCs are telling me...
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