The big attraction of streaming services is that viewers can watch what they want when they want. Critics say we're living in a bubble in which what we watch is determined by algorithms. What's the truth about this much touted freedom of choice?
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As Warner and Discovery team up to create yet another global streaming giant, European broadcasters feel the heat. Politicians, tech giants and US peers are hacking away at their business models.
Global streaming websites like Netflix and Amazon Prime are bankrolling new series, like Emmy-winner "Delhi Crime." They address social taboos rarely seen in mainstream entertainment in India.
South Korean television series are having surprising successes on streaming services in India. The phenomenon has even prompted many Indians to learn Korean.
Content streaming platform Netflix has picked up a record-breaking 160 primetime nominations. Despite the industry's challenges facing the coronavirus pandemic, awards officials called it an "extraordinary year."
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