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  • Netflix outbids Channel 4 for rights to Black Mirror
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Netflix outbids Channel 4 for rights to Black Mirror

Streaming giant Netflix has bought the rights to dystopian British series Black Mirror from under the nose of Channel 4 – the channel that initially commissioned it. As the formerly free-to-air show gets pulled behind a paywall, is this yet another nail in the coffin for the TV industry?

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