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AT&T to launch streaming service, latest to counter Netflix - Wed 10 Oct 18

AT&T's WarnerMedia said Wednesday it will launch a direct-to-consumer streaming service in late 2019, becoming the latest challenger to fast-growing operators such as Netflix and Amazon.

HBO, CNN, DC Comics, and more will launch a streaming video service under AT&T

Arstechnica - Wed 10 Oct 18

Service will face stiff competition from Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Apple, more.

AT&T's WarnerMedia will launch streaming TV service in late 2019

Engadget - Wed 10 Oct 18

Add AT&T to the list of media giants launching streaming services that revolve solely around their own content. The company's WarnerMedia is launching a streaming offering ...

AT&T will launch another streaming service in 2019, with HBO and other WarnerMedia content

TechCrunch - Wed 10 Oct 18

AT&T will launch a new direct-to-consumer streaming service next year, the company announced today. Yes, another one. AT&T currently already operates cord cutter-friendly streaming services ...

AT&T's WarnerMedia to launch new streaming service to compete with Netflix

Techspot - Wed 10 Oct 18

WarnerMedia, the subsidiary created from the AT&T/Time Warner merger, is reportedly launching a new streaming media service. In an internal memo published by CNN, CEO John Stankey laid out ...

AT&T’s WarnerMedia is launching an ‘HBO plus’ streaming service in 2019

The Verge - Wed 10 Oct 18

WarnerMedia — the combined forces of HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros. that AT&T recently acquired in its massive Time Warner deal — is planning on launching its own streaming ...

AT&T plans HBO-based streaming service bundled with Turner, Warner Bros shows and movies - CNET

CNET - Wed 10 Oct 18

No word on how much it'll cost. (HBO Now already costs $15 a month.)

To battle Netflix and Disney, AT&T readies a giant HBO-fused streaming service

Fastcompany Tech - Wed 10 Oct 18

WarnerMedia’s answer to Netflix, Disney, and Amazon is coming late next year. By the end of 2019, AT&T plans to roll HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros. content into one big streaming service ...