Amazon head of studios Jennifer Salke said that unlike Netflix, the company doesn’t plan to offer viewership data to creators.
She made the remark during a talk at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in L.A on Saturday, adding that Amazon Prime Video is interested in different content than Netflix.
The creator behind the platform’s popular show “Fleabag” has said that it wants to end the show, but Salke said Amazon would be interested in another season.
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Even as streaming services like Netflix start to slowly report some viewership data, Amazon’s head of Studios says the company will not offer viewership data on how many people watch original content on its platform.
During a talk at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in L.A. on Saturday, Jennifer Salke explained that Amazon Prime Video will not report viewership data. Before joining Amazon last year, Salke worked at NBC and acknowledged that networks use ratings as a selling point for advertisers and creators, reports The Wrap.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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