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          Opinion BEN SHEPHERD April 23, 2019 9

          How Australia's TV networks could build a single BVOD service to take on Netflix, and why they should

          Last week, PwC's Ben Shepherd posited that Australia's free-to-air television networks needed to stop faffing about with their own broadcast-video-on-demand (BVOD) services, and instead come together with one offering if they truly want to compete with international giants. Not everyone was convinced though, so here, he answers your questions on the how and why, and explains the approach that has worked so far won't fly in the future.

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