Gone are the days when YouTube administration enthusiastically invested hundreds of millions of dollars into original shows and series. For 2020, the company has allocated less than budget, due to what some TV series and shows will be closed.
The issue of existing TV show from YouTube is as follows: as they do not reach the closest competitors of Netflix and Amazon. Moreover, the free rollers with a minimum is paying off better than the shows on a paid subscription.
By the way, reducing the cost of shows and series does not mean a complete rejection of content production. However, changes will still be.
This strategy involves the distribution of content for free, but with ads. Even for subscribers, the premium account will have their privileges over regular users. Most likely, they will watch without ads favorite TV shows.
Recall that Samsung has been for many years working to improve the native shell Android for their smartphones. And this time overdone. The camera function now remembers the last settings, and to switch to photo or video mode, you press a few buttons, which complicates the whole process in principle.
Earlier Znayu reported that before the release of game consoles from Sony has a lot of time, prototype Sony PlayStation 5 into the hands of journalists. In addition to the updated appearance, the new device has received and improved the stuffing. Now, even the most demanding games can run at maximum quality settings. By the way, the device will cost only $ 500.
Znayu wrote that Google Maps now has received several improvements. It is worth noting the presence of feedback, which always help with the choice of institutions in order to brighten up a weekend afternoon. Now reviews can be found at the hashtag that you are interested in.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.