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WarnerMedia looking to launch 3-Tier OTT Platform in late 2019 30 November 2018

WarnerMedia has kept the media industry abuzz ever since it announced to come up with an SVOD platform. The media giant recently shared its plan of launching a three-tiered streaming platform that is set to see the daylight in late 2019. Speaking at an AT&T analyst conference, John Stankey, head of AT&T’s WarnerMedia unit said …

WarnerMedia jumps into video streaming pool 11 October 2018

WarnerMedia- the combined forces of HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros acquired by AT&T is planning to launch its own video streaming service in late 2019. Scheduled to go live in fourth quarter of 2019, the new streaming service will bring its existing series and brands from various arms of the company into one place and …

DC gifts its fanbase an SVOD service this September 30 August 2018

DC Universe is all set to introduce an SVOD service to its viewers in the next month. The online video streaming platform is designed as a one-stop-shop for all stuff related to the iconic publishing house. The subscribers will have exclusive access to the huge library of TV, film, and comics. Warner Bros. had already …

20th Century Fox acquires 4% share in Italy’s T-VOD service Chili, joins Warner and Paramount 06 March 2018

20th Century Fox has joined Warner and Paramount in acquiring shares of Chili, Italy’s T-VOD service. Fox has taken a 4% share in Chili which was founded in 2012 for €6 million. While Warner and Paramount have 4% shares each, Sony holds 3% share of the Italian video-on-demand service. Chili, the Italian T-VOD service offers cinema …

FilmStruck inks exclusive streaming deal with Warner Bros. 01 March 2018

Turner-owned SVOD service, Filmstruck has formed an exclusive streaming deal with Warner Bros. which will add hundreds of Hollywood classics to its SVOD library. Warner Archive, the SVOD service launched in April 2013 will end its run and the subscribers will be transitioned to FilmStruck subscription. Craig Hunegs, president of WBDN and president, business strategy …

Universal, Warner Bros plans to offer premium VOD 23 August 2017

Universal Pictures and Warner Bros studios are making efforts to offer premium movie downloads for $30 to $50 each in collaboration with Comcast and Apple. As per Bloomberg, newly released movies are to be offered via this service. A new strategy for monetizing live action and animated Disney and Pixar films after their theatrical runs …

Time Warner’s perspective on Premium Video on-demand 10 May 2017

There has been rising speculation that Time Warner’s (TWX) Warner Bros and other large movie studios are planning for releasing movies for home viewing in as less a duration as 45 days after their release in theatres. A Wall Street Journal report from March 2017 suggests that movies becoming available on premium VOD (video-on-demand) services …

Turner, Warner Bros launch Kids SVOD – Boomerang 10 March 2017

Time Warner subsidiary Warner Bros. and a new co-venture from Turner launches a new children’s cartoon hub SVOD service – Boomerang. The new OTT platform will be well-stocked with cartoons from the Warner Bros. catalog and will be available to subscribers at $4.99 per month. The service will feature classic shows like The Flintstones and The Jetsons and …

Afrostream to Launch a SVOD Service for Francophone Africa 03 November 2016

Afrostream, an OTT TV Platform that aims to be the Netflix for Afro-American and French films is all set for its major international expansion in 24 countries across French-speaking Africa. Afrostream will expand outside Europe as it is currently available in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and the French overseas DOM-TOMs only. The service offers a mix of Afro-American, African, Caribbean …

Hollywood studios sue VOD services in Utah 15 June 2016

Several major Hollywood studios are suing a Provo-based video-on-demand service for copyright violations. KUTV of Salt Lake City reports that Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, Lucasfilm and Warner Bros. studios filed a lawsuit in federal court in California against VidAngel. According to the complaint filed Thursday, the studios say VidAngel circumvents protection measures on DVDs and …

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