For sure they’ll take the ratings, but not everyone who employs the Holzhauer/Arthur Chu approach is going to go on the same kind of headline- and ratings-grabbing winning streak as them.
As streaming services basically become cable TV and every media company starts to hole-up in its own proprietary streaming service, there is definitely an argument to be made for the renewed viability of, if not physical media, than at least media you can personally own.
Yeah, I definitely agree to an extent, the flat/young earth people come across as more genially dumb than the rest, but I think it’s the same type of thinking (“Why listen to what a consensus of people who have put their lives into studying this have convincingly determined when it’s easier/makes me feel smarter and…
I can think of a third option.
What part of the headline would you say the article did not deliver on?
Right, except giant record labels *weren’t* doing it. Check out the linked article in the piece (https://www.wired.com/2010/12/mf-spotify/)—even into the 2010s, it was somewhat hard to imagine that all the record labels would be willing and able to get through all the red tape required to put (essentially) all their…
Yep, my mistake, I did indeed mean 3. And surprisingly Anchorman is PG-13.