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Streaming Services Scale Back To Free Up Internet Space

Big streaming services like Netflix, Amazon (Prime) and YouTube that offer content to millions of subscribers have surely seen an increase during the coronavirus crisis as self-quarantined viewers are online more than ever. This surge in viewers, however, has placed a strain on other less demanding internet traffic. In turn, content providers have been urged to scale back its quality of videos. So if the movie that you’re watching seems a little choppy, then accept it as doing your part in sharing space on the internet.

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Comedian, Mo’Nique Asks Fans To Help Boycott Netflix

Mo’Nique, a very talented and known comedian, is asking all of her fans to boycott Netflix because of what she cites as the huge video streaming service’s racial and gender biases. Mo’nique made mention of how her comedic counterparts, Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle all received between $13 million and upwards of $20 million, whike she was only offered $500k for her stand-up special.

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David Letterman Teams With Netflix for New SeriesΒ 

After years in retirement, late night talk show host, David Letterman returns to the tv screen via Netflix, with his series entitled: “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”. Set to air, January 12th, there will be 6 episodes, beginning with President Barack Obama. Letterman is said to be cashing a $2 million check per episode.

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