This morning, That Wall Street newspaper We released a report detailing the status of the streaming services remaining to announce Apple. Apple emphasizes some of the difficulties Apple has encountered in trying to find the right condition of content, especially with respect to "free sex, blasphemy, violence" and believes that the launch of streaming services will be longer We cite information sources.
This report, Apple CEO Tim Cook vital signs, Dr. Dre Show based on life. Apple took over this program in 2016, but when Cook saw him a year ago he told Jimmy Iovine, Apple's official, he was too violent to show it to the company It was.
Apple has a big plan for the ambition of the original content. Two Hollywood executives overseeed the video broadcasting project and invested $ 1 billion to develop a new series of new projects. Through these acquisitions, the company is looking at barriers that resumed after Steven Spielberg resumed. Great , Battle Star GalacticaNetwork drama starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, Ron Moore Foundation Series etc. That WSJ According to the report, Apple chooses family friendly projects, many readers gather and avoid trying to weight content that is the only way and less politically controversial areas It is said. It produces – just a handful of these programs goes to the television. MA; # 39; Region. "
This caused some problems and delays in these shows. Show runner Bryan Fuller, Great Obviously restart after colliding with Apple's approach WSJ The drama of Aniston – Witherspoon is faced with staff changes and states that it is behind due to problems with Witherspoon schedule. We are expecting that Apple will start broadcasting the original content …
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New report showing that Apple is hesitant to mature content with streaming service
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