Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate Twenty-First Century Fox admitted Wednesday to making an unsuccessful $80 billion offer in recent weeks to take over Time Warner. The New York Times reported that Chase Carey, the president of Fox and longtime top deputy to Rupert Murdoch, met with Time Warner’s chief executive Jeff Bewkes in early June. Show More Summary
A who's who of the British and global broadcasting scene will attend this year's Royal Television Society conference in London September 9. read more
After the coffee. Before hoping Dunkin' Donuts steers clear of my area.
Chase Carey is going to be the president and COO of 21st Century Fox through at least 2016. The Wall Street Journal reports that Carey has agreed to a two-year contract extension mere weeks before his original one ended. Carey's contract...Show More Summary
Carey will remain as president and COO through June 2016. read more
Chase Carey, the president and chief operating officer of 21st Century Fox, has signed a new contract to remain at media mogul Rupert Murdoch's film and television empire at least through 2015.
Here’s the agreement that the 21st Century Fox COO said last month that he had tentatively reached with CEO Rupert Murdoch. The terms, formalized today, will keep Chase Carey at the company through June 30, 2016 — although he can terminate on December 31, 2015 if he gives the company six months notice. Show More Summary
Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, Ron Howard, Fox’s Chase Carey, and AMC Networks’ Josh Sapan were among the moguls who paid tribute to Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav today in a video as his alma mater, Syracuse University, presented him with its Fred Dressler Leadership Award. Show More Summary
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (FOXA) F3Q 2014 Earnings Conference Call May 7, 2014 16:30 ET Executives Reed Nolte - Senior Vice President, Investor Relations Chase Carey - President and Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch - Co-Chief...Show More Summary
"The more time goes by, the shorter any Chase Carey interregnum is likely to last," says one Wall Street observer about the implications for succession in Rupert Murdoch's empire. read more
Watchers of Rupert Murdoch's empire are busy scrutinizing the new roles of his children Lachlan and James in an attempt to determine which may be the front runner to eventually succeed the media mogul.
UPDATED: At an investor conference, the 21st Century Fox president says the broadcast network remains a "work-in-progress" and says building new cable networks will be "a two to three year process." read more
At a Deutsche Bank conference, the 21st Century Fox president calls Fox's TV schedule a work-in-progress and says building new cable networks will be "a two to three year process." read more
The 21st Century Fox COO acknowledges that with disappointments including the failure of The X Factor the “results are not what we want.” Still, Chase Carey told the Deutsche Bank Annual Media, Internet & Telecom Conference this morning...Show More Summary
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc (FOXA) F2Q 2014 Earnings Call February 6, 2014 8:30 AM ET Executives Reed Nolte - SVP, IR John Nallen - SEVP and CFO Chase Carey - President and COO James Murdoch - Deputy COO, Chairman and CEO, International Analyst Douglas...Show More Summary
Did You Hear? :: FOX president Chase Carey says that American Idol is “winding down” due to ratings that have “fallen faster than we hoped.” This news arrives shortly after FOX canceled the U.S. edition of The X Factor. [Digital Spy] :: The IRS reports that Michael Jackson‘s estate now owes more than $702 million... More »
On a Thursday earnings call, after news of lower quarterly profits, the 21st Century Fox CEO address reality ratings losses, FXX's big "Simpsons" gamble and the continued push into sports. read more
Fox hopes to “create some precedents” with its digital plans for The Simpsons later this year when the long-running animated series will become “the face” of FXX, COO Chase Carey told analysts this morning in a call to discuss fiscal Q2 earnings. Show More Summary
Is a la carte cable really a “farce” as 21st Century Fox CEO Chase Carey claims? Well we’re about to find out because our neighbors to the north are doing us the favor of giving it a try. Per The Hollywood Reporter, TV subscribers in...Show More Summary
There are three things you need to know about Chase Carey: He is the COO of 21st Century Fox, and therefore he has a vested interest in maintaining the present cable “bundle” package system, because it will keep more of his cable stations in front of viewers’ eyeballs. He has a really, really great mustache. Show More Summary