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Netflix establishes $100M coronavirus relief fund for TV, film workers

Netflix is doing its half.

The streaming big has arrange a $100 million fund to assist individuals within the TV and film business who’ve misplaced work due to the coronavirus outbreak.

“Many of the fund will go in direction of assist for the hardest-hit workers on our personal productions all over the world,” chief content material officer Ted Sarandos introduced Friday, with $15 million going towards “third events and non-profits offering emergency relief to out-of-work crew and solid within the international locations the place we have now a big manufacturing base,” he mentioned.

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