How The Pandemic Has Changed Video Content And Consumption

The Netflix Inc. original series “Cobra Kai” on a laptop computer arranged in Seattle, Washington, … [+] U.S., on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021. Netflix Inc. ended its biggest year in company history with a bang, powering its stock to intraday and closing highs after adding more customers than expected and saying it no longer needs to borrow money to build its entertainment empire. Photographer: Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg

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Consumer spending patterns have been turned upside down by the pandemic—from the demand for jigsaw puzzles climbing 370%, to sales of yeast growing more than 400%, to

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