Netflix is ahead of rival Amazon by “a wide margin” when it comes to licensing popular TV and film content, according to a research note by Piper Jaffray & Co.
The US research firm claimed that Netflix currently offers 32% of the 75 top-rated TV shows from the past four seasons, compared to 12% by Amazon Prime Instant Video.
However, it did note that Netflix’s library of top shows declined slightly over the past year, while Amazon increased its proportion of premium shows by 5%.
In terms of movies, Piper found that Netflix has 10 of the 50 top box office performers from 2013, compared to three for Amazon.
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