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Time Warner Would Add Content Over Programmable Networks to AT&T Services

Published: 28 October 2016

ID: G00319296

Analyst(s): Frank Marsala , Akshay K. Sharma


By acquiring Time Warner, AT&T would gain content for its cloud-based networks with TV, satellite, over-the-top and fixed/wireless services. If the deal is approved, technology business unit leaders serving the entertainment industry should not expect AT&T to realize its vision before 2020.

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