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Why AMC Networks' Streaming Service Could Pay Off in the Long Run

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Why AMC Networks' Streaming Service Could Pay Off in the Long Run
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AMC Networks (NASDAQ: AMCX) stock has fallen more than 20% in the last year, but the company's interim CEO isn't worried -- and patient investors shouldn't be, either. AMC Networks has done just that with its promising streaming platform AMC+, as well as several others. In the current state of the streaming market, content is the name of the game, and AMC has long been a major player when it comes to prestige TV.

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