Sarah Krouse Reporter
  • New York
  • The Wall Street Journal

Sarah Krouse writes about the telecommunications industry for The Wall Street Journal. She covers companies such as Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. She previously wrote about money managers for the Journal.

Focus Areas

  • Telecommunications Industry

36 Articles
1 day ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Netflix to Let Tens of Thousands of Subscribers Preview Content

The streaming giant plans a global expansion of the program that helped make “Don’t Look Up” less serious.

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5 days ago
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‘Knives Out’ Sequel Delivers in Theaters for Streaming Giant Netflix

Strong showing for “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” could bolster argument for some theatrical release for streame...

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10 days ago
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Robert Iger Returns to Disney Facing Radically Different Streaming Landscape

The incoming CEO championed Disney+, but needs to steer streaming business toward profitability without cannibalizing...

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11 days ago
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Disney, Other Streaming Giants Confront Era of Slowing Subscriber Growth

Rivals abound, creating compelling content is expensive and consumers are increasingly willing to jump from service t...

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24 days ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Netflix Explores Investing in Sports Leagues, Bidding on Streaming Rights

The streaming giant has looked at sports like tennis and surfing, but Co-CEO Reed Hastings has been wary of the risin...

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about 1 month ago
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The Great Netflix Debate: Do Its Movies Belong in Theaters?

Some Netflix studio executives long for the silver screen while co-CEOs want to keep most viewers streaming films fro...

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about 2 months ago
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Netflix Looks to Put an End to Subscriber Losing Streak

The streaming company, which releases its earnings report on Tuesday, is in the middle of two strategic pivots that i...

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about 2 months ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Netflix Seeks Ways to Get Subscribers to Return After Visits Decline

The streaming company is trying to understand how late-pandemic activities are affecting viewing habits, as it looks ...

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about 2 months ago
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Netflix’s Ad-Supported Plan Will Launch in November at $6.99 a Month

‘Basic with Ads’ begins a month before the launch of Disney+’s ad-backed streaming platform and for one dollar less.

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about 2 months ago
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Your Streaming Services Have a New Way to Keep You Loyal: They’re Teaming Up

From Amazon to HBO Max, entertainment companies are exploring discounted packages and partnerships with rivals; “the ...

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2 months ago
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Netflix Reduces Payments for Comedy Specials in Some New Deals

The streaming giant is paying around $200,000 to license some specials for two years, instead of writing a bigger che...

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3 months ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Disney Explores Membership Program Like Amazon Prime to Offer Discounts and ...

The entertainment giant looks to package streaming, parks and merchandise offerings together. It also aims to add a c...

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