Netflix working on ad-supported subscription model
Netflix working on ad-supported subscription model: The French team of Netflix stated on Tuesday that the business is “actively” creating its less expensive, ad-supported option but noted that there is no set deadline.
The streaming service’s plans to breach its ban on advertising by the end of the year by introducing a new. More affordable membership model made public last month.
Following reports that Netflix had lost 200,000 members in the first quarter of the year — its first drop in a decade — the New York Times received the leak.
Anne-Gabrielle Dauba-Pantanacce, director of communications for Netflix France, said, “We don’t have a specific timeframe yet.”
“On it, we are now working. Giving subscribers more excellent alternatives in the face of increasing inflation is a top objective, “Added her.
Over the weekend, Bloomberg claimed that neither Netflix nor its sales force had establish.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Netflix is aggressively considering ad-supply arrangements with Google and Comcast.
The location of the adverts raises further complex issues.
Should they arrive at the beginning of the program? Or will their staff have to go through numerous hours of footage in series like “Stranger Things” that weren’t made with commercial breaks in mind to locate appropriate times for a vacation?
Nothing has determined yet, according to Dauba-Pantanacce.
To make more money, Netflix wants to tighten down on customers who share their passwords with others.
With 222 million users, Netflix continues to be the most well-liked streaming service in the world despite losing subscribers, which caused a decline in its share price.
However, they also use by an estimated 100 million more homes that do not pay for the service.