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Discovery+, HBO Max Consider Name Change To 'Max' Amid Warner Bros Changes

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Lawyers for Warner Bros. Discovery are vetting Max as the name for the combined HBO Max/Discovery+ service, CNBC reported. While other names are being considered, Max is the top choice, per the report. A rep for WBD declined to confirm that Max was the leading choice for the name.
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Discovery+, HBO Max Consider Name Change To 'Max' Amid Warner Bros Changes

Warner Bros Discovery wants to combine its streaming services and change the name.

2 months ago·United States
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Warner Bros. Discovery closes in on 'Max' as the name of its combined HBO Max-Discovery+ streaming service

Warner Bros. Discovery plans to merge its HBO Max and Discovery+ streaming services in the spring and will rename the service.

2 months ago·United States
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‘Max’ Could Be the Name of Merged HBO Max/Discovery+ Service

Warner Bros. Discovery has set spring 2023 for debut of combined streaming platform, and the leading candidate for the name is reportedly "Max."

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Warner Bros. Discovery Reportedly Close to Finalizing Name for Combined HBO Max and Discovery+ Streaming Service

We're getting closer to discovering the new name of the combined Warner Bros. Discovery streaming services HBO Max and discovery+. HBO Max launched in the spring of 2020 under its original parent company WarnerMedia, with Discovery unveiling discovery+ in January 2021. Both streaming services [...]

2 months ago
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The merged HBO Max and Discovery+ streaming service could be simply called 'Max'

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2 months ago·United States
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Warner Bros. Discovery to reportedly use 'Max' name for HBO Max-Discovery+ service

Previous reporting revealed that executives from the company had been looking for a new name for the combined streaming services.

2 months ago
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