Many many companies are ambitious in the SVOD space. What Netflix did helped set up the business model. However if you notice they didn't get some movies until well after release and second runs on broadcast. Why? While VOD content marketing is white hot, creating original content to market is a capital intensive and very time consuming machine. Acquiring or creating top quality content for your company requires endlessly deep pockets. Netflix realized 20 billion 20 second clips of a cat on a skateboard is not for anyone that wants a return on viewing time invested. Why Facebook took their time (maybe as their execs grew up) who knows, but they're now chasing the same model as the others, making and offering long form shows. Traditional broadcast and new online networks know original content is king and a process that's extremely dependent on Producers. So that's what I leave you with... producers, producers, producers. You'll need many of them. Find them. Court them. Get them to like you. New players in this space succeed or fail on whether or not they have a cache of dependable producers, production companies, and their attending staffs needed to make series and features. The last production budget I was privileged to be aware of was for Legendary Pics. at well over half a billion. For that they'll produce a handful of quality features. Consider the number of hours of content you'll need for one week and its an extremely capital intensive venture. Licensing and acquisition is your first play then if successful you'll have the same fork in the road where you begin creating your originals, ie. Amazon, Netflix. The major studios offer very nice nice 'first look' deal arrangements for individuals who deliver quality content. I'd love a new silver DB9. Have fun!