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On a technical level, VideoAge considers Netflix a streaming service because it is carried over the Internet using encoded audio and video signals in a container such as MP4 (from (…)
It can be said that vertical integration in the U.S. television industry began in 1993 with the repeal of the so-called Fin-Syn rule, which was established in 1970.
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