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AT&T's free TV service for unlimited customers will have 31 channels for launch

Right after AT&T closed on their deal to purchase Time Warner, they announced the Watch TV streaming service. For customers with unlimited mobile data plans the service is free, and it costs $15 p/month for everyone else (even non AT&T mobile customers). 137 more words


AT&T, Time Warner, and the Future of Health Care


Policymakers and private actors should not interpret a federal court’s AT&T and Time Warner ruling as an unconditional green light for vertical integration in health care. 966 more words

AT&T Watch is here: $15 for 30 channels, but no HBO

After teasing it heavily for the last few weeks, AT&T has finally taken the wraps off its new $15-a-month streaming service, AT&T Watch. For a little more than Netflix, you get 31 live-streaming channels, including CNN, TBS, TNT, and BBC America, as well as some on-demand TV and movie content. 466 more words


Randall Stephenson Talks AT&T's Next Chapter As "Modern Media Company"

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson talked the telecommunications giant’s transformation into a “modern media company,” and laid out his plans for the future — including investing in content and capitalizing on technology to deliver entertainment in new ways. 282 more words

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Lena Waithe On Mentoring, Accountability & The Next Frontier - Cannes Lions

Actress and Emmy-winning writer Lena Waithe stopped at Cannes Lions today to discuss her role as a mentor in AT&T’s Hello Lab program as well as what she sees as “the next frontier” in filmmaking. 475 more words

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AT&T To Launch Its WatchTV 'Skinny Bundle' Video Streaming Service

A week after closing its deal to acquire Time Warner, AT&T unveiled a new video service called WatchTV that seeks to capture the millions of consumers who’ve severed the pay TV cord — or never subscribed in the first place. 343 more words

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AT&T's Randall Stephenson: Premium Content, Advanced Advertising Key to Making Time Warner Merger Work

AT&T will invest deeply in premium content, advanced advertising technology and expanding its high-speed data customer base in order to make the Time Warner merger a success for the telco giant. 701 more words