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Time Warner is the latest broadcaster to ride Snapchat's coattails

TUAW Monday, 19 June 2017
Time Warner is the latest broadcaster to ride Snapchat's coattailsSnap seems to have no trouble scoring giant media deals. The social app creator has forged a $100 million, 2-year agreement that will have Time Warner making short-form original shows (around 3 to 5 minutes per episode) for Snapchat viewers. While...
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News video: Snapchat is about to add a lot more TV shows

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Time Warner announced today that it signed a two-year deal with Snapchat worth $100 million and plans to bring TV shows and advertising to the app. HBO, Warner Bros. and Turner's cable channels all fall under the Time Warner umbrella, which plans to create at least 10 original shows. Time Warner is...

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