Netflix, Amazon shaking up US entertainment industry

| June 21, 2018

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Streaming services like Netflix and Amazon are sending shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry not just because of they’re direct to consumer platforms, but now the tech giants are poaching big talent, even former US presidents, from traditional media companies.Netflix has come a long way since it debuted its political drama, House of Cards back in 2013. At the time, the streaming service was seen as taking a big risk. It signed up high profile actors and spent $100 million to produce two seasons.

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