The momentum in OTT service uptake in 2019 and 2020 has provided a strong bedrock for growth in total US video entertainment consumer spend in 2021. With further new service launches and new windowing structures for new release movies, the range of content available to consumers across a huge array of services provides a compelling backdrop for future growth. D2C services will continue to drive subscriber growth despite a slowdown in momentum and shifting consumer mentality, as the traditional industry revenue streams of Pay-TV and Box Office continue to be challenged.
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