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Melissa Lim to lead kids’ content acquisitions at WarnerMedia

KOLKATA: WarnerMedia has appointed Melissa Lim as the new head of content acquisitions and co-productions for its kids' networks in Asia Pacific, which include POGO, Cartoon Network and Boomerang. She will also advise on licensing content to fuel the growing slate of kids and family programming on...

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Warner Media-Discovery merged outfit named Warner Bros.Discovery

When two well-known media firms fuse, there’s always a big debate about what the new organisation should be called? But the folks at Discovery and AT&T have kept their life simple: they have decided to call the proposed global entertainment outfit being born out of the merger between Hollywood...

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Amazon buys Hollywood studio MGM for $8.45 billion

Content is the engine of the streaming economy. Recognising this, the streamers have been going through a dizzying series  of acquisitions and mergers.

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AT&T and Discovery agree to merge media assets, form new streaming giant

KOLKATA: Paving the way for a blockbuster merger and acquisition deal, AT&T and Discovery Inc. have agreed to combine their media assets. The new company formed as part of the deal will be led by Discovery president and CEO David Zaslav. The move will create the world's second-largest media...

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Does the Discovery-AT&T Warner Media merger make sense?

MUMBAI: In one word. Yes. At least it gives them a chance in hell to play catch up with the well-muscled and well-entrenched rivals like Netflix, Disney, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV in the streaming race. While Netflix announced 208 million subscribers worldwide in its latest financial meet...

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