20% Of Netflix And Amazon Catalogues Has To Be European, Says European Commission | TV News
A shake up is coming to the catalogues of Amazon and Netflix, the European Commission unveiling new measures to ensure that at least one fifth of their content is from Europe – making sure that the streaming services adhere to the traditions of TV broadcasters are forced to follow in Europe.
The Commission commented:
“Currently, European TV broadcasters invest around 20% of their revenues in original content and on-demand providers less than 1%, the Commission wants TV broadcasters to continue to dedicate at least half of viewing time to European works and will oblige on-demand providers to ensure that at least 20% share of European content in their catalogues.”
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