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Warner Bros. Digital Studio Stage 13 Is Making Shows For Emerging Platforms

August 4, 2017

The market for short-form digital series is booming, with a growing number of video-streaming and social platforms seeking entertainment content to attract young viewers that spend a lot of their time on mobile devices. Warner Bros., one of the most prolific TV producers in the world, wants a piece of that action.

Two years ago, Warner Bros. created Stage 13, a digital studio focused on making short-form shows for emerging platforms. In June, Stage 13 premiered its first digital series, “Snatchers,” on Verizon’s Go90 streaming platform.

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