Ampere: Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBO Max, and Netflix will spend $23B+ in 2023 on original content, up 10% YoY and more than twice the spending of 2019 (Financial Times)


Financial Times:

Ampere: Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBO Max, and Netflix will spend $23B+ in 2023 on original content, up 10% YoY and more than twice the spending of 2019  —  Crop of expensive fantasy adaptations from Amazon and HBO Max served up at subsidised prices

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