The AT&T-Time Warner mega-deal could create a new kind of media-tech firm in an age where consumers get content Netflix-style, when they want it on any device. It would give the combined company networks such as HBO, Cinemax, Warner Bros and Turner, and potentially unprecedented data about viewers who have AT&T mobiles and DirecTV accounts.
Peter Guy
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The View by Peter Guy

AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner: welcome to new media-tech world of content, connection and convergence

But no one has yet described exactly how AT&T can extract value from its new property without antagonising competitors and regulators

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The AT&T-Time Warner mega-deal could create a new kind of media-tech firm in an age where consumers get content Netflix-style, when they want it on any device. It would give the combined company networks such as HBO, Cinemax, Warner Bros and Turner, and potentially unprecedented data about viewers who have AT&T mobiles and DirecTV accounts.
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