AT&T Watch TV launching this week
Think TBS and TNT minus any basketball, plus CNN and Cartoon Network (smaller acquisitions will enable the ad-supported efforts).
AT&T's unlimited wireless customers will get the service for free, while other can pay $15 per month.
AT&T CEO: We’ll launch free mobile 'skinny' bundle next week AT&T CEO: We’ll launch free mobile 'skinny' bundle next week
9:10 AM ET Fri, 15 June 2018 | 03:31
AT&T will be launching a "very, very skinny bundle" of television programming free to its mobile customers, Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson told CNBC on Friday, a day after the company closed its $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner.
"We will be launching, and you're going to hear more about this next week, a product called 'AT&T Watch TV,'" Stephenson said" alt="Stephenson said">Stephenson said on CNBC's "Squawk Box." "It will be the Turner content. It will not have sports. It'll be entertainment-centered."
AT&T's unlimited wireless customers will get the service for free, Stephenson said, "or you can buy it for $15 a month on any platform."
The service will be ad-supported, and AT&T will be ramping up an advertising platform, he said. He added that the company expects in coming weeks to make smaller acquisitions to enable those ad efforts.
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