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Trump’s New Streaming Service Will Be Aimed At Cancelling “Cancel Culture” And Compete with Struggling Services Like Netflix

Former President Donald Trump plans to launch a new streaming service that will feature content not subject to the “woke” culture wars and content plaguing other streaming services. 

According to an SEC filing on May 16 by Digital World Acquisition Group, the SPAC behind Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), the company plans to launch the service it will call TMTG+.

According to the filing, the new streaming service aims to cancel “cancel culture” by providing content that is not subject to heavy censorship and allows for more freedom of speech. 

The filing states that “TMTG believes that there is a need for quality programming that does not lecture its viewers or only presents one ‘acceptable’ approach on a topic. Entertainers, comedians, and creators have frequently been agents for change in our society. As the large media conglomerates become increasingly monolithic in their views, they cancel those who disagree, and voices are silenced.”

The filing also outlined a plan for some of the service’s content which would include “blue-collar comedy, canceled shows, Trump-specific programming, faith-based shows, family entertainment, shows that embrace the Second Amendment, and news.”

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The filing did not indicate a lunch date for the platform. 

The filing outlined the focus of TMTG to expand its business outside the United States to areas such as Europe. It discussed the need to offer content to other regions of the world. 

Truth Social, the social media platform owned by TMTG, has seen moderate growth as Trump has begun to post and use the outlet after a decision not to return to Twitter even if a ban is lifted. 



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