In the age of streaming, where content access is near bottomless, how much content is enough? How long is that tail? And what do we do with the slightly older stuff no one is looking for or watching? Maybe the movie business can, once again, take a page from the music industry, where some artists have retaken control of their masters from labels 35 years after the original recording.
Source: As HBO Max And Netflix Pull Back, What’s a Library Really Worth These Days? (Bloom)