HBO, CNN, DC Comics, and more could join a streaming video service under AT&T

Article intro image

Enlarge / Time for another streaming service! (credit: HBO)

According to a report from CNN, WarnerMedia plans to launch its own streaming service in the fourth quarter of 2019, adding to growing list of OTT (over-the-top) services that bypass cable providers and bring television series and movies directly to viewers—most of them for a monthly fee.

The organization (formerly Time Warner) has several TV-content networks under its umbrella, including HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros. Turner's assets include CNN, TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, Turner Classic Movies, and others. Warner Bros. produces series such as The Big Bang TheoryThe Voice, and The Bachelor for distribution on other networks, as well as feature films like Crazy Rich AsiansWonder WomanBlade Runner 2049Ready Player One, and Dunkirk. Warner Bros. also owns DC Comics.

And of course HBO produces original series like Game of ThronesSex and the CityWestworld, and Silicon Valley, and others, plus documentaries and other films and specials.

Read 13 remaining paragraphs | Comments

Comments are closed.