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The Cord-Cutting Wars Are About to Start and AT&T May Already Be the Victor

Cord Cutting

AT&T (NYSE:T) is poised to launch its new over-the-top (OTT) online steaming TV service next month, called DIRECTV Now. The streaming service is unique in that it won’t require a set-top box as cable providers and satellite companies do, but will offer the same (or nearly the same) channels that come with traditional pay TV. The service will have 100 ...

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AT&T Plans to Charge $35 Per Month for Internet TV Service

AT&T IPTV Services

AT&T will offer its upcoming 100 channel Internet TV service for only $35 per month, far less than a similar package would cost from a traditional cable provider. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said the goal of the service, which will be introduced at the end of next month, is to reach the 20 million households of cord cutters, or people ...

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What AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner could mean for Streaming’s Future

AT&T

On Saturday, AT&T announced it was acquiring Time Warner today for $85.4 billion, giving the telecommunications conglomerate ownership over all of its subsidiaries, including film studio Warner Bros., game developer Warner Bros. Interactive. and networks like CNN and HBO. The $85.4 billion acquisition marks the largest deal of the year, but the bigger question is what that means for AT&T ...

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