The difference between Netflix and YouTube: Parsing out the OTT world

While the world of over-the-top distribution has often been discussed in monolithic terms, there are, of course, vast differences between ad-supported, short-form focused platforms like YouTube, and subscription-based, long-form oriented services like Netflix and Hulu. In the interest of steering the industry into a more granular, sophisticated discussion regarding OTT, FierceOnlineVideo has taken it upon itself to better organize and categorize the realm's main players. You can read the report here. 

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