Everyday we learn about new streaming platforms that offer viewers more options. Less than 48 hours ago, Variety published an article highlighting the WarnerMedia Streaming Platform as the next streaming service to rear it's head.
If all goes well, the virtual doors will be open by the end of 2019.
After AT&T acquired Time Warner, it took on the company's hefty debt as well. A large portion of that debt will need to paid down, first.
We're sharing the full Variety article below. But for a taste of what's to come:
"AT&T said WarnerMedia’s SVOD service will offer consumers three options to subscribe, starting with “entry-level movie-focused package.” It will also feature “a premium service with original programming and blockbuster movies” and a third option “that bundles content from the first two plus an extensive library of WarnerMedia and licensed content..."
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