From the business of streaming to streaming APIs, and from the most-watched movies to the buzziest live television events, we cover it all.
Contemplating going to the movies or staying home to stream? You’re not alone. Here we break down the data behind the decision.
In 2017, the American version of Netflix had the most content - but our team wondered, is it the best overall? Our study found that other countries often got blockbuster movies first.
Flixed conducted a 2020 study to find how people were using social video chatting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wondering the easiest way to read a TV Fool Report? Read here to find out.
In 2019, a Flixed study looked into streaming vs. cable. What makes people happier? And what’s the better deal? This study reveals differences in monthly cost and habits.
Flixed conducted a 2020 study to find out how people of all ages were consuming news about COVID-19, and how their mental health was affected as a result.
A 2020 Flixed study revealed that for people with at least one streaming service, sitting down to watch shows and movies was one way they escaped from life’s daily pressures.
YouTube is a free platform — so why do people pay to use it? Our study found that most people just want to skip ads.
In 2020, Flixed ran a study to figure out which fandom was the strongest. The result: Marvel is both the most popular cinematic universe and the most lucrative.