Disney’s recent acquisition of 20th Century Fox has given the house of mouse the upper hand in the global box office arena—an advantage that will only get bigger once they have completely launched their highly-anticipated streaming service. Disney+ looks intent in pulling out its licensed properties from its competitors—particularly Netflix–by the end of the year.  Around the world, news outlets are spelling doom traditional entertainment, saying that we are at the point of no return when it comes to cordless media. In other territories, the race has shifted to streaming views. But in the Philippines, where TV setups have remained the same and the way people have been largely consuming content is as before, new media is still slow to adopt. Filipinos still love television, and we find it difficult to believe that streaming will somehow completely take over. Yet one expert says that, even here, that might not be the case soon. Aneesh Rajaram is the CEO of Vewd, a company that specializes transitioning companies to Over The Top (OTT), a media service that offers itself directly to viewers over the internet. By making OTT possible on nearly 50 million devices each year, Vewd leads...