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AMC's CEO isn't scared by Netflix's money

Over the past few months, there’s been a lot of hand-wringing in the TV industry about new players like Netflix and Amazon throwing around a ton of money to buy shows. The thinking goes like this: If Netflix can afford to spend millions on whatever show it wants, that will hurt networks that aren’t selling a future growth story to justify big spending. But AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan says that all the streaming money sloshing around isn't hurting his company.
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