Netflix buys its first studio in New Mexico and promises $1B of film and TV projects
It is a truth universally accepted that the strongest digital companies of the Internet age are increasingly trying to be more like the real-world counterparts they've eclipsed. And, ironically, vice versa.
It's why we see Amazon, for example, moving into the world of bricks-and-mortar retail by opening book stores and convenience stores of its own. Legacy retailers like Walmart and Target are likewise ramping up Amazon-like aspects of their own offerings, with more convenient shipping and pickup options as well as improving their digital experiences. To beat my enemy, I must become him -- or something like that.
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