After years of cutting the cable-TV cord, streaming customers are increasingly being offered something familiar: a bundle of programming.
WSJ deputy media editor Jessica Toonkel joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss why streaming services are returning to bundles, what they offer to customers and why the “Great Rebundling” is different from your last cable-TV package.
A number of things that have been fastened or are held together.
Never finishing, or seeming never to finish.
A person, shop, or business that sells goods to the public.
• TO MAKE UP FOR
To take the place of something lost or damaged or to compensate for something bad with something good.
Source: Wall Street Journal