Channel streaming services generally have embedded advertisements.* Netflix, as a content service, does not—they got that correct!
* And the streaming services (apart from Netflix and Amazon) that I've tried have very intrusive, irritating ads, that are frequently broken, so that if you skip to see a part of the show you wanted to recheck, you have to watch minutes of ads. Without DVR features, channel streaming is tedious.
They already do this at some power generation stations (e.g.,  from 2014). There may possibly be issues with suphur poisoning though.
see what you did there.
Not everyone wants eye candy cluttering up everything they see.
Totally true. I'm guessing only 95% of people want things to look nice.
Who wants electricity in their home? It's a deadly killer! My house has been safely connected to the city tar gas plant for the last 120 years and my Welsbach mantle lamps are running just fine, thank you. B-P
For those interested, here's a two minute mini-history of the perils of installing electricity.
1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!