The future of entertainment

TV consumption habits among American households have long been evolving. Many have chosen to “cut the cord” and shift to streaming—taking binge watching to a new level. In fact, streaming services generate a third of TV content, up from less than 5% in 2011, while global streaming subscribers have doubled over the last two years and should double again by 2025.* Traditional programmers have embraced streaming, and Internet companies are now among Hollywood's biggest producers. Bandwidth enables streaming and telecom companies are upgrading networks for anywhere entertainment.

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The funds listed below invest in leading entertainment and streaming media firms.

 

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Data quoted represents past performance. Past performance is not an indication of future results and investment returns and share prices will fluctuate on a daily basis. Your investment may be worth more or less than your original cost when you redeem your shares. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. For most recent quarter end performance and current performance metrics, please click on the fund name.
* Source: The Morgan Stanley Minute, This is the Age of Streaming in :60.

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