News of Note—Netflix, NBC Boston and HBO

news of note

Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Netflix is spending like crazy on content and is now carrying a $20 billion debt load. Los Angeles Times article

> NBC Boston is still struggling six months after launching. The Boston Globe article

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> HBO has responded to the outcry over its upcoming slave drama "Confederate." The Hollywood Reporter article

> The average number of TVs per American household in 2015 is 2.3, down from 2.6 in 2009. Recode article

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