Warner Bros. Discovery revealed a lot of new information about their company today, including the news that they are merging the HBO Max and Discovery+ streaming services into a single offering. Warner Bros. Discovery has been in the spotlight all week, as the new leadership team continues to cut and remove HBO Max projects in an effort to save money. Many fans are worried about the fate of their favorite shows, and while many things are still up in the air, it looks like the company-produced movies won’t hit HBO Max as quickly as they have. For example, Dune hit theaters and streaming sites at the same time, but Batman It was put on the site 45 days after its theatrical release, which is now back to normal. Earlier today, David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, suggested waiting a long time for new movies to hit HBO Max.
Zaslav shared, “As the creator and owner of the largest and most complete library of content in the world. We cover more surface area than almost any other media company.” “Theatrical Streaming, Linear TV Free-to-Air Gaming, Consumer Products, and Experiences, on our own platforms, other platforms. And we have no intention of being oblivious to anyone in particular or to any specific business model. Simply put Say, we’re open for business. There’s been a lot of experimentation in our industry, and we’re all smart to it. At Warner Bros. Discovery, we look to a strategic mix of distribution and windowing options to preserve optionality and driving returns. We strongly believe in importance.For example, we will fully embrace theatrics as we believe interest creates and demand provides a great marketing tailwind and as the transition of movies to streaming and beyond generates word of mouth.”
“When you’re in theatres, the value of the content and the overall viewing experience go high. Then when the same content goes to VOD, and then it’s streaming it goes high again. moves from one window to another, their overall value is high, high, high. We have shown this clearly batman And elvis,
Back in January, former WarnerMedia CEO Jason Keeler said the 45-day window would continue, which was the case. Batman And elvis, with the latter coming to HBO Max this month. also used killer glow As an example, that is not going to be released until next year. It looks like the 45-day window may persist, but we probably won’t see further declines on the same day.
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