WarnerMedia plans to charge $9.99 a month for the ad-supported version of HBO Max, scheduled to debut in June, according to CNBC. That is $5 a month less than the existing ad-free version of HBO Max. But it will be the most expensive ad-supported offering on the market, and even pricier than ad-free services like Disney+. But WarnerMedia believes that people will be willing to pay a premium...
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Snap’s Weak Q4 Projection Signals Sharp Slowdown in Ad Market
Advertisers are hitting the brakes—hard. That’s the message today from Snap, the first of the digital ad companies to report third-quarter earnings. A combination of Apple’s ad-targeting clampdown and knock-on effects from supply shortages are expected to sharply slow fourth-quarter ad growth, Snap executives warned. It was a sobering portent for Facebook, Alphabet and all other media firms...
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