As Netflix Is Losing Customers, HBO And HBO Max Revealed Big Successes Going Into The Discovery Merger
HBO Max revealed a big win going into the launch of Warner Bros. Discovery, but Netflix posted a surprising loss in subscriptions.
Warner Bros Discovery CEO WE ARE NOT For SALE! Avoiding Comment On Massive CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT!
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The Troubling Self Destruction of HBO Max
No one is safe.
1:03 WTF is HBO, actually?
2:32 Let’s ignore some antitrust laws
4:50 Into the Snyderverse
9:27 Wizarding Woes
10:52 CNN Plus implodes
12:18 The Burning of Alexandria
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HBO Max is an American subscription video on-demand over-the-top streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. Launched in the United States on May 27, 2020, the service is built around the libraries of HBO, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and their related brands. The service also carries first-run programming from the HBO pay television service, original programming under the “Max Originals” banner, and content acquired via third-party library deals (such as those with film studios for pay television rights) and co-production agreements (such as those with BBC Studios and Sesame Workshop among others).
What’s Next for HBO Max and CNN+? Warner Bros Discovery Stock Analysis
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What’s next for HBO Max and CNN+?
Streaming services have been bombarded with negative headlines, like Netflix losing subscribers and Disney losing tax privileges in Florida. But newly formed Warner Bros Discovery (Nasdaq: WBD) has seen the worst of the media storm: Flash star Ezra Miller arrested twice, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s court case livestreamed, and CNN+ canceled after less than a month of service. But is a PR nightmare an investor’s opportunity? In this episode of “Buy or Bye?” Nicholas Vardy dives into the entertainment giant and reveals whether you should invest in Warner Bros. Discovery stock. Will David Zaslav save the company and reinvigorate brands like DC Films? Should he restore the Snyderverse to win back investors? Is Warner Bros Discovery a “Buy” or a “Bye”?
Netflix subscribers: https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/04/19/business/economy-netflix-stocks
Netflix drop: https://www.wsj.com/articles/netflix-stock-price-plunges-premarket-after-subscriber-loss-11650449002?mod=hp_lead_pos2
New Board: https://www.screendaily.com/news/ann-sarnoff-jason-kilar-exiting-warnermedia-as-discovery-merger-nears-completion/5169359.article
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What the $43B WarnerMedia/Discovery Deal Means for HBO Max & DC Comics – IGN The Fix: Entertainment
On Today’s IGN The Fix: Entertainment, after less than three years, AT &T is pulling the plug on its entertainment ambitions, divesting its WarnerMedia division it paid $85 billion for in 2018 to Discovery. The companies announced this morning that WarnerMedia’s entertainment assets would combine with Discovery to create a “premier, standalone global entertainment company”. Actress Emily Blunt has revealed there was once an “amazing script” for Edge of Tomorrow 2, but now she doesn’t know whether they can actually make it happen. And finally, the Lego Group has revealed its largest Marvel set yet, the Daily Bugle. The massive set comes with 3,772 pieces and 25 mini-figures, including Blade, Daredevil, and Spider-Man himself.