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Old 16-05-2022, 12:40   #500
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Re: The future of television

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Originally Posted by Hom3r View Post
I hope all the decent stuff doesn't end up on a premium subscription channel like Di$ney has don to NCIS and The Orville.
That seems to be the direction its going: Studio-based streaming services and away from the more cost-effective aggregation by Sky and VM.

The biggest test will be whether Warner Bros Discover renews its licence to Sky for entertainment content or launches these on its streaming service instead.
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