Seventy percent of respondents to a survey said there are too many premium streaming services, reports Television News Daily.  The same research, continues the post, “found those same respondents have, on average, 4.7 services. And they plan to add one more.

“The survey from Whip Media, a content-licensing technology and research company, also reveals that 85% say pricing for these services is getting too expensive.”

When asked if they could only keep one streamer, Netflix was tops at 41% followed by Hulu with 21%, HBO Max at 13%, Disney+ with 9% and Amazon Prime Video at 6%. Those at the bottom of this chart: Paramount+, 2%’; Discovery+, Peacock, and Apple TV+, each got a 1% number.

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