Netflix, that’s why we might like “live streams”

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After the introduction of the “I love” button, characterized by two thumbs up and which allows us to report the films and series that we like more than usual and we think are really interesting, some rumors tell us that the Netflix team is already at work for the debut of live streaming.

Indeed, according to the data announced during last April, the company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph would have lost about 200,000 subscribers during the first quarter of 2022 and it is estimated that the decline could reach 2 million users during the next few months: in this regard, an expansion of the services offered could be a valid leverage for incentivize new registrations as well as keep current members already in possession of a subscription.

The company, in fact, would have confirmed to The Verge that we are currently working on live streams and that in the future, therefore, we will be able to attend stand-up comedy, shows or special events but also talent show or sports competitions broadcast live always through an internet connection. The novelty, like highlighted by Deadline, it could even allow active participation of the public from home that it will be able take part in surveys or cast your vote in the programs – such as the cooking ones – in which competitions between the protagonists take place.

However, to date we have no further information on what the schedule and the alleged launch date of this novelty could be.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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