Netflix: The End of Linear Television?

Determinants of the online television producer’s success

Have you already watched the new Designated Survivor-episodes? The new season of Orange is the New Black? All six seasons of House of Cards, and probably even Stranger Things? Over 103.95 million people have subscribed to Netflix, the popular streaming and video-on-demand (VOD) service which accounts for 125 million hours of streamed movies and series

Beating the Box Office for Dummies

For what is demanded, there is supply...

One of the first things they teach you in an introductory statistics class is that you shouldn’t take the average of ordinal data. It doesn’t make sense, because unlike 4 °C and 5 °C, the difference between four stars and five stars is neither quantifiable, nor the same for all people. For me, Twelve Angry

Economics of the Sports Industry

I think many of us while looking any sports game on TV thought: why do they get so much money anyway? Of course, it’s all the sponsors and investors, and being a professional athlete is indeed hard, so they deserve the money, but some of the sums sound ridiculously high. In this article, I want