Ads in streaming, differential pricing, and the pursuit of ARPU

Price discrimination, sometimes called differential pricing, is the practice of setting the price of substantially similar goods or services at different levels for different customer segments, based on the demand levels of those segments. The canonical example of price discrimination is that of airline dynamic pricing: passengers traveling for business purposes tend to be less […]

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