The Fundamental Differences in Content Cost Structures Between the Old and the New

The Distribution, Delivery, and Customer/User Support Costs are Drastically Different for Traditional Models and the Internet World
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Published: 13 Mar 2019

Although traditional broadcasting is concerned with covering fixed costs, the Internet world must focus on covering variable costs. The advantage of the lower start-up costs on the Internet is that businesses can be built to serve smaller audiences, both public and private. The disadvantage is that, on the Internet, the per-user costs to scale operations have driven countless companies out of business.

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