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Australian streaming service Ozflix set for launch

Ozflix, a streaming service dedicated solely to Australian films, is set to launch in Australia, Broadway World reported Jan. 19.

It will debut on Jan. 26 with a catalog of about 250 Australian films available on a pay-per-view basis, with 50% of each movie rental fee going to the distributor or filmmaker.

There will also be three original shows that can be viewed at no charge, with more free content to be added, according to the report.