Facebook looking to scripted TV content

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Posted 26 June 2017, 5.14am edt

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Facebook is in talks with Hollywood studios with a view to producing scripted TV quality shows that could be available as soon as the summer. The Wall Street Journal says the social network is willing to spend around $3 million an episode. Facebook p...

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