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Sky locks in HBO for a few more years

Staff reporters
Fri, 27 Aug 2021

Sky hangs on to top performers like HBO, HBO Max, Warner Bros and CNN.
Staff reporters
Fri, 27 Aug 2021
Sky TV will keep the rights to HBO’s suite of premium entertainment for a few more years after signing a new deal with WarnerMedia that will stretch into co-producing new local programmes.The local media group will add more content from HBO, Warner Bros TV and movies, CNN and Cartoon Network, and get exclusive access to HBO Max, the standalone streaming platform.Sky chief executive Sophie Moloney said the renewed deal was important to secure."We’re delighted to let our customers know that they will continue to have the breadth...

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