Size Matters: HBO Max and Discovery+ Already Surpass Netflix, Disney in Number of Titles | Chart

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Does size matter? When it comes to streaming, Warner Bros. Discovery is banking on it, with the new media giant’s content library now matching — even surpassing — its chief rivals in the number of titles offered. New data from Ampere Analysis shows WarnerMedia and Discovery’s decision to merge last month will give the combined company the second-biggest content library around. To get there, Warner Bros. Discovery will leapfrog both Netflix and the combined catalog of Disney+ and Hulu, both of which fall under Disney’s streaming umbrella. The key figures: 4,300 unique titles from Discovery+ will join 3,500 unique titles from HBO Max in the U.S., bringing the new firm to 7,800 titles overall. That edges out the 7,200 titles currently offered by Netflix in the U.S., as well as the nearly 7,000 titles on both Hulu and Disney+. Warner Bros. Discovery will only trail Amazon Prime Video in subscription video on-demand content libraries. Amazon leads with 15,104 unique titles, according to Ampere’s tally — an advantage that is poised to grow after it completes its acquisition of MGM later this year. This chart should make it a bit easier to process: While Warner Bros. Discovery has the content to...

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