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


HBO, already available as a virtual subscription, is going to be the anchor for a new streaming service that AT&T wants to launch next year. 


AT&T, fresh off its takeover of Time Warner this summer, plans to launch a new streaming service late next year anchored with HBO that will bundle in movies and shows from its other properties, like Turner's TBS or the Warner Bros film studio. 

John Stankey -- an AT&T executive in charge of WarnerMedia, as the company renamed Time Warner -- didn't detail how much the service would cost. HBO Now, its current stand-along subscription for all of HBO's programming, costs $15 a month. 

"We're not going to put pricing out there until we get on the market," he said, speaking at the Vanity Fair New Estabilishment summit in Los Angeles. The company plans to launch the new service in about a year -- the last three months of 2019. 

This is a developing story. 

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