Tag Archives: AT&T

Turner terceriza producción en Brasil con Casablanca

Turner firmó un acuerdo con la compañía brasileña Casablanca para tercerizar la producción en Brasil. El contrato establece que la compañía paulista produzca programas brasileños que se realizaban directamente por Turner, nacionalice algunos contenidos generados en el exterior y opere las transmisiones deportivas de cara al inicio del Campeonato Brasileño, que comienza en abril. La [...]

Turner outsources production in Brazil with Casablanca

Turner reached an agreement with Brazilian company Casablanca to outsource production in Brazil. Contract establishes business from San Pablo to produce Brazilian programs that were made directly by Turner, nationalizes content generated abroad and operate sports broadcasts before Brazilian League beginning, scheduled for April. Association also consider that Turner facilities in San Pablo will be [...]

Telefonica would also sell subsidiaries in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama

After América Movil bought Telefonica’s subsidiaries in Guatemala and El Salvador, the Spanish company accelerates negotiations to sell its branches in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama, for a value that would surpass USD 570 million. According to Spanish newspaper ‘El Economista’, favorite to acquire them would be Millicom, although there would also be interest from [...]

Ancine to pronounce on AT&T and Warner merger in second term

Ancines broad (Brazilian National Film Agency) defined a timetable for regulatory analysis of the merger between AT&T and Time Warner, which will include seven stages and should conclude in the second half of 2019. Analysis will include the following steps: a gathering information process, market agents affected by the operation pronouncements, Market Follow-up Superintendence manifestation, [...]

Launch of AT&T’s new OTT service could find obstacles outside the U.S.

During a presentation with analysts this week, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that the new OTT service that Warner Media plans for Q419 will be initially available in the United States, since “it’s not that simple” to launch it globally, due to specific agreements in each market. Stephenson said they would like this platform to [...]

DirecTV to stop buying satellites, to focus on online video business

AT&T, owner of DTH operator DirecTV, announced that is finished buying satellites. Instead, it will focus on growing its online video business. The announcement was made by John Donovan, CEO of AT&T Communications, in a meeting with analysts. Weve launched our last satellite, Donovan said. In turn, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that AT&T has [...]

AT&T could sell its 10% stake in Hulu

In a meeting with analysts, AT&Ts CFO John Stephens said the company is considering selling off its 10% stake in Hulu, the video streaming service, in order to reduce debt. AT&T owns that stake through WarnerMedia (formerly Time Warner) and according to recent estimates, it could be worth USD 930 million. This is a non-strategic [...]

Warner Bros shuts down DramaFever

DramaFever, the streaming platform service focused on Korean drama and other Asian programming, has shut down its global service on October 16. The announcement was made by Warner Bros in a statement. Today, Warner Bros. Digital Networks will be closing its DramaFever OTT service due to business reasons and in light of the rapidly changing [...]

AT&T plans to launch new streaming service in 2019

AT&Ts WarnerMedia (formerly Time Warner) plans to launch a new direct-to-consumer (D2C) streaming service in the fourth quarter of 2019, the unit CEO John Stankey said in a statement. We are committed to launching a compelling and competitive product, the executive said. The new initiative will be anchored by HBO as a lead brand, and [...]