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072: Peacock Lands on Roku

There was a lot that came up in the past week including Peacock landing on Roku, Quibi potentially looking for a sale, DC Universe announcing a major change, and the Emmys. Join Tony and Dustin as they discuss all of that and more on the latest episode of The Streaming Wars. News Rundown Netflix: Netflix…

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071: Paramount+ Announced

The big news from the past week is the rebranding of CBS All Access to Paramount+. Dustin and Tony discuss the information announced regarding the rebranding along with the time frame of the ad tier releasing for HBO Max and the potential price increase coming to Disney+. Find it all on the latest episode of…

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070: The Potential HBO Max Ad-Tier

The news continues to be slow but that doesn’t mean that Tony and Dustin can’t find some things to discuss. From the potential ad-supported tier for HBO Max to the Amazon Prime competing service coming from Walmart, the world of streaming continues to move. Find out all about everything from the past week in the…

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069: HBO Max-acre Fallout

It was another slow news week, but there were some things that popped up on the outskirts of the streaming world. As the fallout of the HBO Max-acre (name courtesy of Vulture) continues, there is new word that AT&T might be looking to sell DirecTV. What kind of impact does that have on the overall…

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068: What’s HBO Max’s Biggest Problem?

There is a lot of talk about HBO Max and whether or not it is failing. But Tony and Dustin have a different thought. The service isn’t failing, but it isn’t succeeding as it should be either. Find out what the biggest problem facing HBO Max is and stick around for a discussion on the…

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067: DTC Service Future at WarnerMedia

A rather slow news week brought more focus to WarnerMedia and the fallout from their massive restructuring. Under that umbrella, there is news related to some of the DTC services that are not HBO Max and the future of them surviving the restructuring. Is CNN the next brand to get a DTC service? Could Crunchyroll…

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064: HBO Max’s First Numbers Revealed

This week, we get the first numbers for HBO Max. Are they good, bad, or something else? We also jump back to the Netflix numbers for the last quarter and discuss Quibi’s issue with communication. DC Universe is being suffocated and others are noticing Apple’s strategy shift as Tony and Dustin discuss all of the…

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063: Peacock Launches and Netflix Grows

The past week has brought on the release of another streaming service and quarterly results for the biggest player in the game. Join Tony and Dustin as they discuss the launch of Peacock, Amazon’s continual push towards a service to rival Hulu, and a quick look at the growth of Netflix from the past quarter….

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062: Is There Too Much Spending at Apple TV+?

After a week of mulling over the topic of films demanding too large of price tags, Tony and Dustin head back to the topic to discuss whether or not the idea of overspending can be a positive outcome for streaming services. The focus is mostly on Apple as it seems that they are spending to…

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061: Are Film Projects Reaching a Boiling Point for the Services?

After an unexpected week off, Tony and Dustin are here to cover the past two weeks of news. Are some of the streaming services paying too much for film projects? Is live television an area that Amazon should get into? With Peacock unlikely to make a deal with Amazon and Roku, what does this mean…

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