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The people, podcasts, and other tools to help you stay on top of streaming video

Ashley Rodriguez
Member exclusive by Ashley Rodriguez for Streaming Wars

Netflix dominated the first act in streaming video. But the second act is upon us—and it’s not just Amazon and Hulu that Netflix it’s up against. Netflix is battling legacy media and pay-TV giants with too much at stake to lose, like Disney, AT&T, and Comcast—not to mention tech companies like Apple, with its near-limitless resources.

The fight is getting fierce. That means more platforms launching, more platforms folding, new bundles, and tons more content to contend with. Here’s how to stay on top of it all.

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