By the way, streaming rights on PC and OTT devices are very different.
Isn't that the lame truth. What is the difference between an OTT device and a computer? Still scratching my head on that one - seven years into streaming.
The difference is that OTT devices can mostly be hooked to a big screen TV easily by Joe and/or Jane Sixpack but it takes a little more intelligence than Joe & Jane have to hook up and effectively use a TV with a computer.
Also the Networks and the cable companies want the extra income they can get by not allowing OTT boxes directly forcing many people to get an overpriced cable package to watch the content they want.
They are not concerned by people using antennas as that is harder for most people now days than using OTT devices. Antennas work for many, maybe most, people but it is too hard for most people particularly when you include a DVR option.
The difference is rapidly decreasing and it will soon be easy for the Sixpack family to use their computer on their TV.
What they do not realize, yet, is that Joe can figure out how to skip commercials on things that they allow like DVRs but Joe cannot skip commercials on most OTT devices and they can negotiate more advertising money by having devices used that Joe will actually see commercials on. But that would require a bit of advanced thinking that most TV executives are incapable of.