Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner is covering #CES2020 this week and just before he stepped into the casinos and the sprawling exhibit halls, Phil Harvey and Kelsey Ziser got him to give a bit of analysis on the upcoming year in subscription video-on-demand (SVoD).
Two much-discussed SVoD services are launching this year -- Peacock and HBO Max -- and both are wholly owned by service provider giants who sell broadband, pay-TV, wireless service and even 5G (in select streets, in some cities).
Jeff fills us in on why these launches are such a big deal in an already crowded market. He also gives us the scoop on what he's looking at and who he plans to listen to at CES.
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