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HBO Max shows are now more easily accessible to customers with visual impairment or disabilities with the platform's new audio descriptions. The new feature is rolling out on the web and mobile.
WarnerMedia has announced that its HBO Max streaming service is expanding outside the U.S. for the first time in June, starting with 39 territories in Latin America and the Caribbean.
WarnerMedia's streaming service, which launches earlier this year, is now making its way to Amazon's smart TV platform, allowing users to watch popular HBO shows and movies, such as Game of Thrones.
HBO will replace HBO Now with a new app that will simply be called HBO. It will be available on Amazon's Fire TV from August 1, but HBO Max's availability on that platform is still unclear.
WarnerMedia has announced that the upcoming HBO Max streaming service will be available on Apple devices at launch, complete with Apple TV integration and at no additional cost for HBO subscribers.
WarnerMedia revealed today that it is launching its new streaming service, HBO Max, on May 27. The service will offer up to 10,000 hours of content from Max Originals, HBO, Warner Bros., and more.
WarnerMedia and Google have struck a licensing agreement that will allow the Mountain View giant to include HBO and Cinemax as part of its YouTube TV offering. HBO Max will also be available.
Soon, you'll have an abundance of video streaming services to choose from and it could end up putting a dent in your wallet. Today, WarnerMedia's announced HBO Max, which is set to arrive in 2020.
AT&T has provided a few more details regarding its streaming service planned for next year, which is expected to come in three tiers. The company could also be looking to sell its stake in Hulu.
AT&T-owned WarnerMedia accused the U.S. Department of Justice of secretly working with Dish in an ongoing dispute over HBO distribution. The accusation was made after HBO went dark on Dish's service.
WarnerMedia, a subdivision of AT&T, today announced plans to launch its own streaming service next year, aiming to claim its slice of the video streaming market dominated by Netflix.