Ensemble Capital Joins CNBC to Chat About Netflix
Late last week, Ensemble’s CIO Sean Stannard-Stockton joined CNBC for an update on the state of Netflix. During the interview, Sean discussed:
- The significant structural advantage Netflix has over all other streamers when it comes to advertising supported streaming subscriptions which allows them to show fewer ads while generating more revenue.
- The rollout of the password sharing crackdown in the United States and why this will support Netflix’s cash flow growth.
- Why Netflix’s competitors have used the company’s recent growth struggles as reason to back off their own streaming plans rather than leaning in to compete with Netflix.
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