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  • Netflix must meet quotas for Aussie content Down Under
  • Netflix must meet quotas for Aussie content Down Under
    Andrew Neel (2016) ©
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Netflix must meet quotas for Aussie content Down Under

Streaming platforms have become an established part of people's media habits, but they may narrow consumption to mainstream, global shows and movies. Concerned by this issue, the Australian government is undertaking a review to provide policy options to support local content.

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