Today the Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered the Government’s Spending Review, to allocate spending across departments and projects.
Usually a spending review covers five years. Today’s covered just next year, a sign of the C19 disruption to the government’s plans and finances.
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By Diane Banks, CEO of literary, broadcast and speaking agency Northbank Talent Management
Many of us have read about the $17bn which, pre-C19, Netflix had allocated to spend on content this year, projected to rise to $26bn by 2028 (source: Variety).
They were not alone. Disney allocated $2.5bn to launch Disney. Apple $6 billion for Apple TV+ in its first year. AT&T more than $2bn for its forthcoming streaming service, HBO Max. Comcast’s NBCUniversal set aside $2 billion to fund the first two years of its new streaming service, Peacock.
Read More “Is the content bubble about to burst?”