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As much as we look at the next wave of streaming television and point to devices such as Apple TV and Roku, the real battle will take place on consoles. Streaming box sales pale in comparison to the millions who will purchase an Xbox One and/or PS4 this coming fall. The current number one device that people use to stream Netflix is actually the PS3, so scoping out the console landscape can reveal details on what streaming TV will look like in 2014. It may be too early to pick a winner...or is it? Let’s take a look.
Netflix clearly has the lead in streaming content services. With a head start measured in years and a rousing stable of content in both movies and television, it has become the go-to provider for both mobile video via tablets/phones, set-top boxes and Smart TVs. Amazon Prime Instant Video is focused on catching up and has gained much traction in building up its library over the past few quarters. Unfortunately, there is a problem brewing for both services concerning exclusives, and it could leave consumers, with one hand on their mobile device and one hand on their hip, making hard choices concerning which provider to go with.
Lots of moving and shaking in the quest to own the living room TV this past week. Roku has just raised a $60 million dollar round of funding led by Fidelity, Apple TV could be poised to advance via the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next week, and the just announced Microsoft Xbox One is committed to taking over the entertainment duties of the living room. Different strategies, but who will come out on top? Let's find out.
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