Tag Archives: The Wall Street Journal

Original Apple TV+ films to be available ‘weeks before’ in movie theatres

As reported by The Wall Street Journal on Friday, September 27th, Apple is planning to bring feature-length films to theatres before releasing them on its SVOD OTT service, planned to be launched next November 1st, according to people familiar with the plans. According to what The Wall Street Journal reported, the company has made overtures [...]

Warner Media’s SVOD OTT to be called HBO Max and launched in 2020

Warner Media has officially announced that its SVOD OTT platform will be called HBO Max and will include an original productions catalog, HBO series, Cinemax content and original Warner Bros movies. Friends, Netflix’s second most popular show, will also be part of the content. The platform will be launched next year, and its monthly subscription [...]

Univision contemplates options for a possible sale

Univision Communications indicated today that its board of directors is analyzing strategic options against rumors that indicated a possible sale. The origin of the versions corresponds to an article in The Wall Street Journal, which noted that the company hired Morgan Stanley, Moelis & Company and investment bank LionTree to explore options. Univision warned that [...]

New Warner Media’s SVOD OTT would be launched at USD 16

Warner Medias new SVOD OTT will include the HBO, Cinemax catalog, and the original Warner Bros TV and movie offerings. According to what the US newspaper The Wall Street Journal reported, the platforms monthly subscription will cost between USD 16 and USD 17, and will be launched before the end of the year. The company [...]