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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Ted Sarandos says Netflix didn't see significant “interruption” due to Hollywood strikes and is still targeting a $17B content budget for 2024
Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Comcast president Mike Cavanagh says Peacock now has 30M paying subscribers, with an ARPU of $10 per month, and saw $2.8B in losses in 2023
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The English Premier League agrees a new deal with Sky and TNT Sports under which the soccer competition will earn £6.7B over four years for its UK TV rights
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