AT&T Confirms That HBO Max Will Include Live TV & Live Sports Not Just On-Demand

Today during AT&T’s 2nd quarter earnings call AT&T confirmed that HBO Max will include live TV. AT&T says live sports and news will be apart of AT&T TV. This seems to confirm reports that DIRECTV NOW will merge into HBO Max. It has been reported that HBO Max will be like Hulu. Starting with a cheaper on-demand only version and a more expensive package that will include live TV.

AT&T also promises that HBO Max will offer exclusive live sporting events likely through its B/R Live content deals.

During an interview between CNBC and AT&T’s CEO John Stankey CNBC said:

“In addition, AT&T eventually plans to merge its DIRECTV NOW service with its WarnerMedia streaming service, giving customers a more robust TV offering than anything on the market, the people said. A combined product with a common search and user interface — which, like the standalone streaming service, could also come bundled at a discount with an AT&T wireless subscription — would give customers access to live pay-TV streaming channels and Warner’s library and originals, all in the same ecosystem.”

Now AT&T during their earnings call has said that HBO Max will include live TV something that seems to confirm what CNBC reported.

This is breaking news Cord Cutters News will update this post as we learn more.

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