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Streaming Mass Media

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KatyBeth Trotter

on 21 April 2014

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Streaming Mass Media
How the industry Started (History)
List of Streaming TV/Movie Companies
Textbook Related information
Why is this the Most Cost Effective?
Katy Beth Trotter
Kelley Morris
Taylor Patton
Jacqueline Combs
Penny Hollingsworth
Abby Gosney

Amazon Instant
LoveFilm Instant
How Does It
Streaming devices work similar to the way humans receive and decode messages.
The server sends a signal to the streaming device where the information is then decoded and then displayed as a live or prerecorded broadcast.
Mediums are satellite signal, cable signal, or radio waves.
Streams of data consists of ones and zeros.
What is the best and why?
Netflix streaming capabilities allows users to access movies and TV from their mobile devices
Over 33 million people in the US subscribe to Netflix (2013)
Convenience and instant access
Behavioral Trending Capabilities
"Thousands of options, zero commericals" -Netflix
Netflix charges $7.99/month
with no hidden fees or surprise
charges (includes unlimited
streaming instantly from
Netflix library and mailed DVD's)
-- Netflix is a form
of a digital
distribution, which
is a method of
digital downloading
--Netflix offers
real-time streaming
of movies or shows
through the Internet
and can be played on
big-screen TV sets
Growing technology in the 90s: faster internet speed made watching movies and TV shows more enjoyable (shorter "buffering" times)
DVRs, Pay-Per-View (PPV) and Video-On-Demand (VOD)
1999: Netflix capitalizes on the DVD industry by mailing directly to customers
2006: people were watching over a million videos a day on YouTube. That same year, ABC began streaming their most popular shows on the Internet.
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