By Richard Mann
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Research commissioned by Ricardo Feltrin's column, in UOL, carried out casually by two experts unveiled the numbers related to Netflix's performance in Brazil. For comparison purposes only, the Video on Demand (VOD) service already represents half of TV Globo's turnover, the largest Open TV broadcaster in Brazil.
The result is impressive, considering that the streaming platform has been operating in Brazil for less than eight years. One of the . . .