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Study: More Than 150 Million People will Cancel a Paid Streaming Subscription in 2022

Hollywood is staking its future on digital streaming entertainment, but now that future looks increasingly like its being built on shifting sands. A new study predicts more than 150 million people will cancel a paid streaming subscription, like Netflix or Disney+, in the coming year, signaling greater financial uncertainty for studios looking to grow their subscriber bases.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - AUGUST 17: Guests attend Netflix's "Stranger Things" Celebrates 12 Emmy Nominations at Hollywood Forever on August 17, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Netflix)

Bidenflation Hits Disneyland: Price of Admission Spikes as Much as 9 Percent

Disneyland in Anaheim, California, is hiking the price of admission on most of its tickets, with the most expensive single-day ticket for one park hitting  $164, according to the travel site LaughingPlace.com. Overall, prices increased between $5 and $25 for the different tickets on offer, or as much as 8.6 percent.

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