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  • Amazon confirms India launch
    Amazon has confirmed it will roll out its Prime Video service in India, with local content part of the company's plans.
  • Maker Studios cuts staff
    Disney-owned multi-channel network Maker Studios is laying off around 30 employees as it looks to make “strategic adjustments.”
  • Hulu – US
    SCHEDULE WATCH ALERT: Hulu is expanding its originals on the back of a 30% growth in subscriber numbers. Gün Akyuz reports.
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  • In other words, work
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    By Josh Selig
    Work is to preschool animators as snow is to Inuit, says the Little Airplane founder – who has almost as many words for it.

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