With 86 million international users and almost $2.2 billion in generated revenue in 2016’s third-quarter, Netflix is the shining example of what media-streaming startups can become.
But 14 years after going public, Netflix is no longer the only media streaming success story; internet access and social networking have given customers more options than ever.
Now that we’re at a point where the entertainment and media market is saturated with countless streaming options, the next logical questions are: Where do we go from here? Is there still a place for media-streaming startups? Can media-streaming startups survive independently?
Learn more about media-streaming companies and their place in the startup world, and more in this edition of Founders Flash.
- The relevance of media-streaming startups (Tech Crunch)
- Ensuring diversity is not a distraction to leaders (Entrepreneur)
- Will more IPOs in 2017 make room at the top? (GeekWire)
- 17 key lessons for entrepreneurs starting a business (Forbes)
- 30 books you need to read to earn 'well-read' status (Inc.)
- Leonardo DiCaprio joins a Boston VC firm — yes, that Leonardo DiCaprio (BostInno)