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GoT glitches show challenge in streaming high-viewership events

News | 05/10/2019 6:23 pm EDT
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When the Game of Thrones series premiere aired in 2011, streaming services were still in their infancy. Now, as the HBO ratings juggernaut wraps up its final few episodes, it draws the kind of massive live audiences that are becoming increasingly rare in an over-the-top world.

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