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Lionsgate and Tribeca film studios are launching a new streaming service - The Washington Post:
The companies didn’t disclose details about the planned service, such as the pricing or how many titles will be offered. Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises, which runs the Tribeca Film Festival, indicated in their release that the service will be highly edited and that they will draw from their network of artists and industry contacts to help select films.
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