AT&T won approval to merge with Time Warner last week.
America’s largest telecom will now own premium Time Warner content like HBO and TNT.
Now that the $85 billion megamerger has officially come to a close, consumers may soon see changes to content offerings, Jason Leigh, a research analyst at IDC, told Business Insider.
AT&T and Time Warner won a landmark ruling last week, allowing their merger to continue without conditions.
The merger joins AT&T’s vast Internet distribution network with Time Warner’s coveted premium content, like HBO, TNT, and CNN.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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