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Everyone wants a piece of the $19 billion U.S. subscription video market that Netflix created, then cornered, Axios' Sara Fischer reports.
The big picture: Netflix has already reached saturation in the U.S. with nearly 60 million domestic subscribers, and it can't afford to lose customers to new streaming rivals.
Between the lines: Many of the networks involved in rival services have begun pulling back on licensing their content to Netflix, promoting exclusivity to their own content instead.
It's also why Netflix is pouring billions into creating more of its own original content series for TV:
Yes, but: Netflix may have an even bigger headache to deal with: free competition.
What's next: The company reports earnings for Q4 tomorrow. Analysts seem bullish that Netflix will announce record subscriber growth.
Models with their bodies painted in gold show Motorola's Razr2 Luxury Edition in 2008. Photo: Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images
"The Motorola Razr phone ... is being revived as a smartphone with a foldable screen and a starting price of roughly $1,500," WSJ reports.