The Office Where The Stan Streaming Service Was Born Is Outrageously Crappy And Full of Asbestos

The Office Where The Stan Streaming Service Was Born Is Outrageously Crappy And Full of Asbestos
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You could be forgiven for thinking that a team working to build a $100 million streaming service would be working out of a lavish Sydney highrise, complete with massages, free snacks and access to other amenities. But that’s not the case for Nine and Fairfax Media’s new streaming darling child, Stan. The office where it was born had an outhouse, no heating and a shocking asbestos problem. We went inside to check it out.

StreamCo picked up the trend of streaming video on demand and started building its own platform. They’ve got a product almost ready to launch into a hot market after being in existence for only just a year. This is how far the company has come.

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Originally published on Business Insider Australia