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With Its Streaming TV Service, Apple Is Now a Media Company

Actor Jon Hamm and Apple CEO Tim Cook in Sept. 2018 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Apple sent out invites for a March 25 press event where it’s expected to unveil video streaming and news services. The moves signify a long-in-the-making shift for the tech giant.

By Rob Marvin

Tech companies have long resisted the idea that they are media companies. They provide devices, software, and social media platforms to host…




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