There is no obligation to disclose viewing statistics for streaming services. It’s something that HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video are totally keeping to themselves. Disney+ and Netflix occasionally release ratings, but only if it suits them and is a success to celebrate.
But this practice may now come to an end. In the United Kingdom, in any case, the idea is to oblige streaming services to release their viewing figures.
This is still the recommendation of the Committee on Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. It believes that streaming services should disclose viewing data of movies and series that were initially shown on publicly available channels.
If one decides to do so, it will have an impact on the statistics of various streaming services.
Then they have to release viewing statistics for certain content. The fact is, streaming services won’t be around for some time unless they’re really forced to. Of course, a lot is already known about the different companies, as Nielsen and Parrot Analytics map in different ways what and how much is being streamed.
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