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Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Amazon reports spending $16.6B on content in 2022, up 28% YoY, of which about $7B went to originals, live sports, and licensed content included with Prime
Jesse Whittock / Deadline:
BFI: production spend in the UK's high-end TV and film industries reached a record £6.3B in 2022, of which 86% came from international streamers and studios
Alexandra Bruell / Wall Street Journal:
Sports Illustrated publisher Arena Group says it is working with AI startups Jasper and Nota to help produce articles and pitch potential topics to journalists
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