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Old 16-05-2022, 20:39   #503
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Re: The future of television

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Netflix is looking at launching live streaming for the first time.

The streamer is said to be in the initial stages of development of the capability. Entertainment journal Deadline said its introduction would allow viewer votes on talent contests such as the upcoming Dance 100 (pictured) or reunion shows on the reality-based Selling Sunset

As Netflix faces it much-publicised subscriber erosion and the loss of acquired content back to the broadcasters now running their own streaming services, there is a need to search for new original content, particularly when it faces competition from streamers and networks alike.
https://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2022...nment-formats/
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