Businesses that want to take advantage of the growing popularity of streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu will need to be ready to deploy their content to the internet, according to the head of the US government’s Copyright Office.
Internet companies are in the process of transforming the way we consume media.
And the world is full of places that don’t have cable or satellite TV.
But the internet is not just about how people can access content.
It’s about how we consume our entertainment.
For the first time in history, there’s a huge amount of content available on the internet.
It will become the new entertainment platform of choice.
The US Copyright Office released its final report on the issue on Thursday, highlighting how the internet will be a major part of the entertainment landscape over the next few years.
“The Internet will be the new home for most entertainment businesses,” said the report.
“It will enable consumers to access their entertainment online and share it with their friends and family.”
For decades, entertainment companies have struggled to find a home on the web.
It was only in the last few years that a number of major content providers, including Amazon Prime and Netflix, have taken up the fight to make their content available to people around the world.
For the most part, content has come from traditional TV networks and movies.
But there have been a few exceptions, like the HBO series “Game of Thrones,” which was available on Amazon Prime video.
Amazon’s first foray into streaming TV was “Sons of Anarchy,” which aired on HBO for three seasons.
In the US, Netflix has about 2 million subscribers.
Netflix’s main competitors are Hulu and Amazon Prime.
The companies both offer a broad range of entertainment content, including movies, TV shows, music, and video games.
Both companies have also been fighting for more access to their content, which makes it a challenge for content providers to compete with them.
Netflix and Hulu, for example, have been working hard to get their content on the streaming services.
The US Copyright office reports that these efforts are starting to pay off.
The top three streaming services in the US account for more than half of all US TV viewing, according a recent study.