Boss Move: Oprah Is Teaming Up With Apple To Launch A New Streaming Service [VIDEO]

Media personality and activist Oprah Winfrey speaks during The Dignity of Women Conversation at The University of Johannesburg o

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Oprah is always up to something AMAZING!

This time the Queen is working with Apple to launch Apple TV Plus.

Reported on AP, “it will debut in the fall in more than 100 countries and feature ad-free original series and films.” It will also “bundle third-party services like HBO, CBS, and Showtime, along with a user’s cable subscription and some streaming services like Hulu. Netflix has said it won’t partake.”

According to a site, the service will cost “$9.99 US a month ($12.99 Cdn in Canada) and includes roughly 300 magazines and a handful of major newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times and The Toronto Star.”

Oprah currently has projects in the works which include two documentaries. One is about mental health, and the other is about sexual harassment in the workplace.

Her book club will also feature a broadcast that includes streamed conversations with authors. Reported on AP, Oprah said, ″I am proud to be a part of this platform where I can connect with people around the world to create positive change.”