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Topic - Stacy Spikes
But Spikes said the company is also considering other ways of generating revenue such as selling access to its customers to advertisers and selling market research.
Stacy Spikes, the co-founder of New York-based MoviePass, said the company is conducting national surveys to determine what price it should charge "in a way the consumer feels they're getting a value."