WarnerMedia announces first reselling partner for standalone streaming service slated for May launch.
News & Analysis: AT&T
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AT&T's latest streaming service is a legacy pay-TV service in all ways but one.
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The company's video arm is prioritizing streaming over traditional TV, following the growth, but following tough competition.
A new report from the agency reviewed nearly 200 studies published on the subject over more than a decade.
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Warner Bros.' rebranding attempt is so crazy, it just might work.
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