Report: Nine And Seven Trying To Work Out How To Make Their Own Version Of Netflix

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According to a report in the AFR, channels Nine and Seven have held talks about a video-streaming joint venture.

Reportedly, if it went ahead, the joint venture product would be similar to on-demand content streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu.

Though sources warned, in the article, that both sides had reservations about working together under a formal agreement.

However senior Seven executives are said to have been seconded to the network’s Sydney office to develop a subscription video on demand service (SVOD).

Seven boss Tom Worner told the AFR the network had received several partnership offers.

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