AT&T is prepared to pull television and movie content it owns from other streaming services to offer it exclusively on its own subscription video-on-demand platform, says CEO Randall Stephenson. AT&T's service will include content from Warner Bros., HBO and Turner Networks, which the telecom giant acquired last June as part of its $108.7 billion purchase of Time Warner.
AT&T to recall its content to its own streaming service
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