WarnerMedia announced a slew of details about its film and television platforms and various releases Tuesday, including the large gains at HBO Now, the standalone service that gives subscribers on-demand access to HBO’s original programming. Overall TV viewing across the company’s portfolio grew by 20 percent, according to the announcement, which was written by WarnerMedia executive Cheryl Idell. The company’s data, which was not independently verified, also notes considerable viewership boosts at TNT, TBS, and TruTV.
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