WarnerMedia-Discovery merger approved after Democrats raised 'significant antitrust concerns'

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The WarnerMedia merger with Discovery has officially been given the green light.

AT&T has received approval for a plan to spin off WarnerMedia and merge it with Discovery, as disclosed in new filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Variety reports. WarnerMedia is the parent company of HBO, CNN, and more, while Discovery owns brands like HGTV and the Food Network.

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