Netflix spent $13 billion on content last year. Amazon spent $5 billion. Hulu gave subscribers access to $30 billion of content.
As industry analysts forecast another year of “cord cutting,” a recent survey of 5,000 Americans conducted by Waterstone, self-described as “a boutique management consulting firm that focuses exclusively on helping technology companies and investors succeed,” purports to show that 59% have cut the cord. Others are thinking about it.