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OTT co-productions trending up: study

Briefs | 06/26/2018 12:41 pm EDT
Amazon and Netflix are increasingly reaching out to domestic and international content producers for original programming, Ampere data shows. /Graph via Ampere Analysis.

Domestic and international content producers and over-the-top (OTT) services are continuing to partner on original programming at an increasing pace, according to new data from Ampere Analysis released last Thursday.

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