From Seeso to Starz, analyzing the year's big OTT launches

It was an active first quarter for SVOD launches, with NBCUniversal hoisting comedy platform Seeso, Sony expanding and improving on its PlayStation Vue live-streaming service, and Starz finally following chief rivals HBO and Showtime into the direct-to-consumer market.

But in the hotly contested market for subscription streaming, who has the edge?

In its latest special report, FierceOnlineVideo analyzes and compares the various business models. You can read it here. 

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