Posted March 16, 2019 12:00:01 The Australian Financial Network is reporting that, for the first time, people are buying cartoons online.
The Financial Review reports that Australians have begun to buy up to two dozen cartoons a day on the cartoon and internet marketplaces.
They can then watch them on the big screen or on the computer and pay for them on an app.
However, the report says there is a catch.
People have to be logged in to the marketplaces and have their own password, which is required to access their accounts.
While they can buy cartoons on the market, the Financial Review says the people buying them are not getting paid.
It says this is because people are not able to purchase the cartoons on a platform that allows users to buy them in bulk, or have them downloaded to their computers, or pay with credit card.
This is also the first report to show that people are actually buying the cartoons.
The Financial Report also says Australians are buying up to 30 cartoons a week, and a third of them are on the internet.