The tech and entertainment industries are in a frenzy, with new phones, new products and a host of new products coming to market.
The first quarter was also a banner one for new entrants, including Facebook and Snapchat, which both have large consumer base, as well as Netflix, which has seen significant growth in recent years.
But it’s not just the big companies that are in the spotlight.
Below is a list of the major players that are also making major changes, with the companies’ financials, earnings and market caps.1.
Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)The streaming giant is hoping to make a bigger impact in the next year.
The company plans to launch its subscription streaming service, dubbed “Netflix Now,” at the end in the fourth quarter of 2018.
With that in mind, the company has added a number of new features to its streaming service including a subscription-based model that is currently free to customers.
In addition to the new features, the new service will offer a free unlimited streaming for all current Netflix customers.
The new service is also coming to Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and more.
It is also launching a new, smaller tier of content called the “Netflix Plus” that will offer access to a few of the new content offerings and some of the existing streaming services, but will offer limited access to the larger tier.2.
Amazon (NAS:AMZN)Amazon’s (NASV) video streaming service has been a big player in the video streaming space, offering video on demand, the “Amazon Prime Video” service and a number new video apps.
It has also been growing at a brisk pace, with revenues increasing from $1.3 billion in 2017 to $1 billion in 2020.
The $7 billion in revenue that Amazon generated in 2020 came in on a time frame of just over two years, and it has been growing its video services and its profits as well.
Amazon recently launched its Amazon Video Music service, which will offer over a dozen original music videos and includes a full playlist of more than 20 million tracks.
It also has plans to bring its music subscription service to more of its customers.3.
Snapchat (NASIX:SNAP)Snapchat has seen a dramatic rise in revenue in the last few years, which helped it become the most valuable company in the world by value in 2020, according to FactSet.
The social network launched a video streaming offering in 2016 and has been increasing its revenue year-over-year in the latest quarter.
In the first quarter of 2021, Snapchat reported $2.7 billion of revenue, up nearly 50% from the same period last year.
Snapchat has also seen its user growth accelerate, which is helping the company continue to grow its business and keep users engaged.
The growing user base, along with the rise in its user-generated content has helped it generate revenue that is increasing year-to-year.4.
Netflix The streaming giant has a growing userbase and has grown its subscription-video streaming service with more content.
It announced that it will launch its new streaming service in the second quarter of 2019, and will offer up to 100 hours of streaming in the first three months of 2019.
Netflix is also planning to add its subscription service in 2020 and it is currently offering a free, unlimited streaming plan.5.
Amazon Prime VideoThe streaming service launched in 2017, offering more than 1,000 original series, movies and music in an attempt to attract more subscribers.
The service offers free video streaming to existing customers and has also expanded its subscription offering to include video content from the likes of Disney, Netflix, and Hulu.
Netflix also has a video subscription service called the Amazon Prime Music service.6.
Roku Roku has also announced that its new video service will launch in the third quarter of 2020, and that it is adding a number the new services, including a full list of original content and more traditional channels like HBO and Showtime.
Roku is also expanding its TV offerings with the introduction of its “Streaming Video” product in 2019 and is expanding its Roku TV lineup with the launch of the Roku Ultra line of TVs in 2019.7.
Roku’s streaming service was the first of the streaming platforms to make the leap from Roku to AppleTV, and now it is getting a second chance with the new Apple TV.
Roku announced on Wednesday that it has signed a multiyear, multi-platform agreement with Apple TV to bring the Roku streaming service to the Apple TV platform.
Roku will launch the service in 2019 with a subscription offering that will include over 200 original series and movies, along the lines of the Netflix and Amazon video services.8.
Apple TVThe streaming platform that started out as a niche streaming service for Apple TV has expanded to include other platforms, and has now launched its own streaming service.
Apple is also adding content to its Apple TV service that will be exclusive to Apple, and its new