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  • Netflix is making more short shows for mobile streamers
  • Netflix is making more short shows for mobile streamers
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Netflix is making more short shows for mobile streamers

Netflix has commissioned Follow This – a series of 15 minute long documentaries made by BuzzFeed News. With people increasingly consuming video on their phones, streaming platforms are experimenting with short-form shows that can be watched in their entirety, on the go.

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