Netflix’s Original Content Strategy Becomes Clear ByThoinot Arbeau-January 11, 2018.672 Recently, Netflix has concentrated more and more on original content budgetAs an example ‘ Bright ‘ a film that has stirred up a great deal of outrage has hit the wall of criticism. The audience likes it however so we should expect a sequel. This can tell us something about the original content strategy of Netflix, because it is not something new and revolutionary that comes from this streaming company.
What is an Original Content Plan for Netflix?
As is rational, most manufacturing houses will love to have stars starring in their films. Yet Netflix does not automatically do it. It seems his plan is to give him a chance to give a Netflix, and he has confirmed that his movies are among the platform’s most watched. Another part of the strategy for Netflix is to let the pros do what they do best. Earlier, they talked about the creative freedom they are offering their directors and that seems to be real. Light is proof of that. They give you the money, as Will Smith said in one interview, and let you make the film you really want to make. Similarly, because of these perks, Shonda Rhimes left Walt Disney to move to Netflix. She also praised the creative freedoms in an interview, adding that there are “no restrictions.”
Netflix’s Recipe for Success
Netflix has other cards up its sleeve besides “forcing” its way to success with money. It has a big advantage for traditional manufacturing houses as its spectators enjoy more commodity. In the digital era, the fact that you must go to a theater and pay a ticket fee comes as a burden. This isn’t a problem for Netflix as their loyal customers will simply make some popcorns lay back on their sofas and enjoy the show.
Netflix’s Original Content Policy is undeniably proving a success. Fiscal success, at least. Are you among those that aren’t satisfied with the quality of the content? Want to see a shift in focus when it comes to styles and casts? Sure we’d.Four people operating a lesser-known “TheFoundry.name” torrenting website were sentenced to 4.5 years imprisonment after pleading guilty to charges brought against the court by prosecutors Lionsgate Films and other Mpaa (Motion Picture Association of America) officials. The four men Steven Pegram (40) Mark Rollin (37) Paul Taylor (54) and Alan Stephenson (42) were brought to justice by Lionsgate as they somehow managed to get their hands on and distribute the studio’s film ‘ The Expendables 3 ‘ before it was made publicly available in cinemas. As the release of the movie was back in 2014, this is a situation that took years to move forward but ultimately it did. Lionsgate Films has been vigorously pursuing pirates of this particular film as there have been several court cases that have involved the theme. From Swankshare to LimeTorrents and from Hulkfile to Played.to several pirating websites there was legal trouble (and heavy fines paid) because of their film title deal. The total losses for the studio due to the film’s pre-release leak are estimated at about $2 million, but that was not the only film due to “TheFoundry.name” that had this fate. The Mpaa representing Sony Disney Fox and Warner Brothers calculates additional losses at a $9.3 million level so the industry’s total losses due to the four Britons ‘ piracy actions reach up to $11.3 million. According to the allegations, the four men had distinct roles, some of them engaged in encoding and uploading the content to their website, while others focused on acquiring the material by compromising Lionsgate servers and others acting as share platform owners. That is why the sentences have been divided into four three and two years in prison. According to the substance of the indictment, the pirates gained access to a content management service database that collaborated with Lionsgate to download the material for anonymity through a Tor network, and stored copies on an Ovh server. Leigh Webber of the Specialist Fraud Division made the following comment on the case: “These defendants set up and run a website that allowed users to download movies free of charge via BitTorrent, including the Expendables 3, before it was released in the movies. We all had a clear understanding of what the site was used for and were well aware that they were violating the production companies ‘ rights. “