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Old 10-11-2018, 12:38 AM   #1
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Default WarnerMedia plans to launch 4Q2019 OTT streaming with possibly HBO, CNN, DC Comics

https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/10/media...ice/index.html

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018...r-warner-bros/

Who's excited for another streaming service to pay for on a monthly basis? My body is ready.

The content lineup is still in flux, but it looks like AT&T/WarnerMedia's new over the top internet streaming service will include HBO, CNN, DC Comics, Turner (cable channels like TNT, TBS, etc.), and Warner Bros. movies.

Wonder how much this one is going to cost...

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Wonder how much this one is going to cost...
In one way or another, cost will enter into it, but there is a lot more to consider. Bandwidth, Caps, Internet Access are only a few items. With everything going Streaming I see a lot more problems than just the cost of the service. The Average Bandwidth throughout the Nation is below 25Mbps, this will never be enough for all the Streaming people are going to want!
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Great for those who already subscribe to FilmStruck, Boomerang, HBO NOW, and DC (which just came out)! Certainly not a waste of cash or anything!
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https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/29/...y-bundle-price

3 different tiers with different pricing. Did these media conglomerates learn anything from Netflix? Simple pricing structures instead of something like a cable bill.
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3 different tiers with different pricing. Did these media conglomerates learn anything from Netflix? Simple pricing structures instead of something like a cable bill.
Netflix has three different tiers with different pricing.
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