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  • Netflix is making room for its own content
  • Netflix is making room for its own content
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Netflix is making room for its own content

Netflix's plan to focus on original content might be well known, but did you notice that the service has cut 50% of its content? It's estimated that, in 2012, the catalogue contained nearly 11,000 movies and TV shows, but that number has since dwindled to 5,300 titles.

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