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rjejr

I do think they have competition in Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime, nf just happens to be better.

They also have competition with Facebook, but that's mostly for stock price disappointment.

Nooseman01

No competition for AYCW streaming entertainment is because studios are now retracting content from previous years and other companies and investors know this. Netflix knows it too, just look at the selection in the Netflix catalog and pay attention to what is getting released on released dates. No blockbusters, just older movies and TV that has less value than mainstream movies. Amazon isn't competition because a good majority of their quality content is pay per use even if You do have Amazon Prime and what they do have on the watch all you want has no closed captioning.

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