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Why Warner Bros’ “Stage 13” Is Geared For Success In A Market Craving Diversity

August 7, 2017

The 2017 TCA brought many exciting announcements, among them the official launch of Warner Bros new Digital Network, Stage 13, set to fill the gap in diversity that streaming networks have been sorely lacking. Specializing in “showcasing a new generation of inspired talent and voices in scripted and unscripted storytelling”, the streaming service will be available via YouTube, Facebook, and, starting in October. The company will also be using Verizon’s go90 platform to stream two of their 11 currently produced series, Two Sentence Horror Stories and Snatchers. And what’s this new content going to cost viewers? Absolutely nothing.


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