Streaming services Discovery+ and HBO Max will become one service after Discovery Inc.
and AT&T Inc.’s
WarnerMedia complete their merger, Discovery’s finance chief, Gunnar Wiedenfels, said Monday.
The two streaming services will likely be bundled immediately after the corporate merger, which is expected to close as soon as next month and will form a new business called Warner Bros. Discovery, Wiedenfels said at a conference in Florida organized by Deutsche Bank AG, but the two offerings will likely be combined into one product down the road.