Hello Comrades,


This is the coming of the 17 episode of the Culture and Camaraderie podcast with Tyler @Lax_Era and myself @NYTypical. On this weeks most thought provoking introspective industrious creative discussion:


big big topic of conversation is the streaming wars and how they will affect the way we watch programmed series. Damilare make a Damedici prediction of there being a consolation of [Watch the Episode] . We speak about Netflix and Disney’s war for domination. How Spotify have beat Apple, you can find out how. And what people are willing to pay for.

What do you do after the nostalgia wears off?

Much of what streaming is selling is nostalgia and on gluttony but those novelties seem to have reached an impasse and the real work us beginning.  With Apple slowly dinging behind Spotify and them not fully taking advantage of their Podcast app it really gave much space for Spotify to improve although Apple had a big grip on Podcasts and Rss early on.

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As we focus on the real deal that is the buying market and market share of how many services are we willing to pay for? how much are we willing to pay for, for one service? and what is the price of licensing and what even is the worth of a stream?

Damilare. Not Your Typical

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