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Sky Subs Will Have Access To Warner Content “In Every Scenario” Once Partnership Runs Down, Says Dana Strong

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Sky subscribers will have access to Warner Bros Discovery’s (WBD) content “in every scenario,” Dana Strong has said, as she stressed conversations continue between the two key players over one of the industry’s most talked about partnerships.

Acknowledging that a question was coming on the WBD relationship, the Sky CEO told the Deloitte and Enders Media & Telecoms 2024 and Beyond Conference that “it’s all just about how we integrate [the two] and how we work together going forwards.” “We work really well with Warner and we work really well together,” she added. “We are in conversations with them.

Regardless, in every scenario, Sky customers will have Warner shows on Sky platforms in some way. It’s really just about how we integrate that and how we work together going forwards.” As WBD streamer Max is rolled out around the world, the Sky-WBD partnership that has seen the likes of Succession and House of the Dragon air on Sky for years is set to run down in 2025.

But some shows such as House of the Dragon will remain on Sky for far longer, while Deadline revealed last week that Sky had acquired Max’s high-profile Penguin TV series starring Colin Farrell, a show that sits outside of the partnership.

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