Moreover, Netflix still had 60.1 million US subscribers and 6.56 million free trial customers in America. Consequently, Netflix is still America’s largest TV network. In contrast, America’s most popular broadcast television network CBS (NYSE: CBS) had 2.98 million viewers on 18 July 2019, Deadline estimates.Read more
Furthermore, Apex Legends audience also exceeds that of broadcast television. Impressively, Endgadget estimates 25 million people played Apex Legends in its first live week. In contrast, the most popular US broadcast show; CBS’s Big Bang Theory, had 12.886 million viewers on the week of 8 April 2019, TV Series Finale calculates.Read more
First, CBS is an old-fashioned broadcast network with a historic brand that is declining fast. Second CBS is a digital video streaming service CBS All Access with 2.5 million viewers.Read more
You can think the NAMPOF of as a FANG for value investors. Holdings in NAMPOF are more diversified than FANG and some of them generate dividend income.
It diversifies NAMPOF because NVIDIA and Apple are hardware makers and PayPal is in finance. FANG scares me because it is almost all software based. Something I dislike about FANG is the lack of a financial stock.
Containing six stocks further diversifies. Four NAMPOF stocks; Apple, NVIDIA, Oracle, and Microsoft, are proven moneymakers.
I consider PayPal and Facebook speculative because they base their businesses on growth. However, both companies have showed the capability to generate vast amounts of cash.
I designed the NAMPOF to offer a little more than safety and income than FANG at a comparable rate of growth.Read more
The suspicion that nobody besides aging Baby Boomers is watching network TV is being provided correct. CBS also has serious problems because it had one only hit; The Amazing Race, and only one scripted show that experienced a ratings increase in the under 50 demographic Mom.
The ratings indicate that CBS is no longer capable of sustaining an audience. Investors will have to ask if CBS is sustainable or viable business. The ratings indicate it might not be.Read more
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is facing a very tough and dramatic battle for survival. Its biggest content supplier; the Walt DisneyRead more
That makes WWE a pretty good metric for other traditional entertainment companies that are trying to transition to digital-content providers. We might be seeing the future of companies as diverse as TV networks like CBS (NYSE: CBS) and movie studios like Lionsgate Entertainment Group (NYSE: LGF.A) at WWE.
The advantages of this business model are that the WWE can generate cash flow without having to pander to advertisers.Read more
It looks as if Musk might have hit upon a trillion-dollar idea here but it is several years away. Until then, Sirius XM is a pretty good low-priced value investment. Only time will tell if its business model can be rolled out worldwide by SpaceX through Starlink.Read more
All of CBS’s renewed scripted dramas experienced a double-digit ratings collapse among 18 to 49-year-olds. Three of them; Scorpion, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Criminal Minds, lost more than one-quarter of their audience between 2017 and 2018, ratings indicate.
These figures spell disaster for CBS because the 18 to 49 year old demographic includes most of the population including; Generation Z (18-19 age group), Millennials (age 20 through 35) and Generation X (age 36 through 50). Since are around 79.41 million Millennials, 65.72 million Generation Xers, and 73.51 million members of Generation Z, according to Knoema, it appears that CBS has lost the entertainment wars badly.Read more
Netflix is proving that the old description of entertainment as a black hole into which money disappears never to be seen again is absolutely true. As it grows larger and more profitable, Netflix simply becomes a bigger target for the Hollywood predators.
These disparate sets of figures tell us that Netflix is in a race against time. The company is struggling to grow its revenues fast enough and big enough to cover the losses before the bills come due.Read more