How Hollywood's obsession with 'prestige' ignores massive blind spots for opportunity
I have to say since the ankler has been taken over these podcasts feel completely disorganized and unprepared.
The main host has a captious tone when talking about some of the really interesting data and stories which makes it hard to listen. Will stick to reading the articles.
Did anyone notice that 34% of US households have an income over $100,000? This is a wealthy country. The global median is $10,000. Yet everyone (in true Hollywood fashion) in this convo is latching on to the underserved. Yes, of course, the underserved deserved to be served...but it's amusing to listen in and hear the same old line that RR's statistics actually disprove. Yes, there is poverty, but in general, people are doing wildly better than the conversation acknowledges. Maybe "Hollywood" is looking at the actual data when pricing streaming.