There is no mention of prices, but services would include licensed material from others with the WarnerMedia library. The company has previously said that HBO, Turner and Warner Bros will be present.
This service, along with DirecTV Now and WatchTV, can also have some implications for turning AT & T into other streamlined efforts. Telekom mentioned in the same discussion that he was exploring the opportunity to "monetize property" (read: sell), which were not of vital importance to their current strategy, including its minority stake in Hulu. There is no guarantee that this will happen, but AT & T has stated that the goal is to pay $ 18 billion from its $ 20 billion debt by the end of 2019. In order for Hulu's share to be worth up to $ 930 million, it is a clear candidate for the hacked block.
Regardless of whether someone is willing to stop that stake, it is not safe. Other partners such as 21st Century Fox and Comcast continue to lose money, and there is no certainty that Hulu will soon be profitable. Any jumping company may have to accept that Hulu may bleed cash for a while.