Former CEO of DreamWorks Animation Jeffrey Katzenberg and ex-head of Hewlett-Packard Meg Whitman explain how Quibi streaming is different from the rest.
Many believe that Jeffrey Katzenberg Quibi app’s “watch 10 minutes or less videos on-the-go” idea is not suitable in a crisis like Coronavirus. However, the founders are willing to bet over $1 billion that they can lure you into watching tv shows online in 10 or fewer minutes.
Everybody suddenly wants to declare winners and losers and the fact is, there’s only winners and winners right now. Netflix is on a tear and continues to be. Disney has had a brilliant, brilliant launch and offered a spectacular product and a great user experience.
You’re commuting to work. You’re waiting for the kids at school and you have these in-between moments. We’re bringing the best of Hollywood content to an entirely new environment.
Meg argued that to watch tv shows that are longer 30 minutes, one needs to take out time. However, with Quibi streaming, you can watch tv shows online anywhere and anytime. It doesn’t require you to wait for the weekends to watch your favorite shows.
People say while there are so many different streaming services, yes there are. But there’s none at all like ours. Most streaming services are designed to be watched at home in the living room, probably at night or on the weekends. Ours is designed to be watched during the day and on the go.
At the moment, Quibi is charging $4.99 for services with ads and $7.99 for an ad-free version. They are also offering a 90-day free trial period before commencing with the monthly fee. You can download Quibi from the official website, Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
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