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    Inside HBO Max’s Scramble to Fix Its Glitchy App“We see the crash logs. We’re not blind to it.”
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    When Network TV Gives Up: Franchises, Reboots, and Very Few LaughsThe Big Four’s fall slates aren’t promising.
  3. the industry
    3 Big Questions About the WarnerMedia-Discovery DealHBO Max, meet Discovery+.
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    WarnerMedia Responds to Ray Fisher Tweets About Walter Hamada“Walter Hamada ATTEMPTED to interfere with the JL investigation,” Fisher tweeted.
  5. the streaming wars
    Sony Buys Crunchyroll From AT&T for $1.2 BillionThe platform has over 90 million registered users around the world.
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    The Streaming Future Is Already Here for the Movie BusinessWarner Bros. is just the latest to join the club.
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    A Closer Look at the HBO Max-acreNo, the service isn’t doomed.
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    HBO Max Gets Ready to Join the PartyA look at what’s to come for the new streaming service.
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    What WarnerMedia’s Bold New Hire Means for Its FutureThe company’s Jason Kilar era begins.
  10. the streaming wars
    HBO Max Will Launch Next May for $15 a MonthBut it’ll be free for HBO subscribers and some AT&T customers.
  11. hbo max
    Big Ellen to Bring Little Ellen (and 3 Other Shows) to HBO MaxEllen DeGeneres announced she’s in business with HBO Max, including three original shows and a docuseries.
  12. youtube
    Fullscreen Acquires Super Deluxe, Rebrands It ‘Tatered’RIP to the Super Deluxe brand.
  13. don’t feed after midnight
    WarnerMedia Orders Gremlins Prequel and Oh God, Who Spilled Water on It Already?Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai takes us back to 1920s Shanghai, which also had to deal with these little weirdos.
  14. the streaming wars
    Wrong Number? How AT&T’s WarnerMedia Shake-up Could Spoil HBO’s Winning RecipeIt’s a new era for the pioneering cable network. But will HBO lose what made it so successful in the first place?
  15. the streaming wars
    Why Netflix Spent $80 Million to Keep Friends for Another YearBut even this “nuts” deal might not be enough to keep the sitcom forever.
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    Classic-Movie Streaming Site FilmStruck Will Shut Down Next Month*Wipes away a single, dramatic tear*
  17. HBO Must ‘Change Direction’ to Get More of That Sweet, Sweet Viewer Engagement“It’s going to be a tough year,” WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey told employees at a recent town-hall meeting.