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Charter CEO Plans “Seamless” TV Experience With Streaming Video

Hulu’s plan to create a skinny bundle collection of channels may have looked like a potential declaration of war on cable and satellite companies. But Charter CEO Tom Rutledge — who now controls Time Warner Cable’s former systems — says...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus gets $92 million severance after 2.5 years on the job

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The sale of Time Warner Cable to Charter Communications is completed today, and former TWC customers (including me) can look forward to a whole new era of shitty service under our new broadband overlords. (more…)

See Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes in person at IGNITION

These days, stream-happy TV and movie fans have a glut of on-demand entertainment options — and they're as ruthless as Cersei Lannister from "Game of Thrones" if they don't get what they want, when they want it. But even as people scheme...Show More Summary

Warner Bros Vice-Chair Ed Romano To Retire At The End Of June

After 48-years at Warner Bros, Vice-Chairman Ed Romano is retiring at the end of next month. The former long time company CFO will then move into a consultancy role, serving as an executive advisor to WB Chairman and CEO, Kevin Tsujihara,...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable Media Pushes Back After YouTube's Bold Claim About Audience Reach

During last night's BrandCast, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki claimed that her company reaches more adults 18-49 on mobile alone than any other TV network. Based on dubious stats, it was only a matter of time before someone from the TV side—say,...Show More Summary

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes' compensation topped $31 million last year

Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner Inc.'s chairman and chief executive, collected a compensation package valued at $31.5 million in 2015, representing a 4% decline from the previous year. Bewkes, 63, received $2 million in salary, $7.9 million in stock options, stock options valued at $8 million and a $13.4-million...

Time Warner’s Jeff Bewkes Made $31.5M in 2015, Down 4.3%

Although Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes made less last year than he did in 2014, he didn’t fare as badly as his shareholders in a period when company shares depreciated 22.9% after factoring in dividends. Bewkes made $31.5 million, a 4.3% drop, according to the company proxy filed at the SEC. Show More Summary

Time Warner, T-Mobile, Starwood, Etsy, Other Corporations Join in Urging Lawmakers to Stop SJR 39

Today, HRC announced that executives from Time Warner Cable, T-Mobile US, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Etsy, Zynga, and others have signed onto an open letter now including over 60 major CEOs and business leaders urging lawmakers to stop the discriminatory Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 39 from moving forward. Show More Summary

AOL's founder says Donald Trump thinks the disastrous Time Warner merger 'made great sense'

In retrospect, the $160 billion AOL/Time Warner merger is widely viewed as a total failure. But in a new interview with Backchannel's Steven Levy, AOL co-founder and former CEO Steve Case says that at least one big-shot thought it was...Show More Summary

Comcast’s Brian Roberts Made $36.2M In 2015, Up 10%

Comcast only had a so-so year in 2015, especially as federal officials forced it to withdraw its bid for Time Warner Cable. But CEO Brian Roberts and other top execs shouldn’t have any complaints. Roberts’ compensation rose 10% to $36.2 million, according to the company proxy just filed at the SEC. Show More Summary

Charter CEO Tom Rutledge Made $16.4M In 2015, Up 1.6%

Charter CEO Tom Rutledge’s compensation package for 2015 probably won’t set off any alarms as the company waits for federal officials to approve its $55 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable — making it the No. 2 cable company. Rutledge...Show More Summary

Time Warner CEO Bewkes touts film studio prospects, growth in China

Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes is buoyant on Warner Bros. film prospects for the year, and he touted the growing strength of the Chinese film market, which last month eclipsed results in the U.S. "China is the biggest theatrical film market now, it just got there, outside the United States,"...

Time Warner CEO Touts "Record" Year "Led by Theatrical" Franchises

Jeffrey Bewkes says HBO Now is "doing what we want it to do" with 800,000 subscribers. read more

Time Warner CEO Predicts “Another Record Year” For Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. will have “another record year” in 2016 — but this time led by the performance of theatrical films as opposed to TV and video games — Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes told the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet and Telecom Conference...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable CEO Touts Demand for Big Video Packages Despite Skinny Bundle Obsession

Rob Marcus says regulators' review of Charter's planned acquisition of the cable firm seems to continue on track and argues it may be “a little premature" to say that pay TV operators are gaining leverage over content companies. read more

Charter CEO Expects Time Warner Cable Deal to Close After California Decision in May

Tom Rutledge also tells a Morgan Stanley investor conference in San Francisco that there is opportunity for continued pay TV subscriber growth. read more

Turner Broadcasting CEO John Martin Bullish on Company's Financial Picture: "We May Be Bucking the Trend"

Martin told market watchers the Time Warner division is reaching out to consumers not subscribing to traditional pay TV services to retain revenues. read more

Is Apple Planning a Buying Spree? 5 Potential Targets From Time Warner to Tesla

With his stock falling, CEO Tim Cook could tap a $206 billion war chest for a splashy acquisition. read more

HBO's streaming plan whiffs with only 800,000 paying subscribers

HBO Now, the company's cable-free streaming service, only has 800,000 paying subscribers. On Time Warner's fourth-quarter earnings call, HBO CEO Richard Plepler confirmed the number, which was short of analyst predictions of 1 to 2 million. HBO...Show More Summary

Time Warner Beats Fourth-Quarter Earnings Estimates, Raises Dividend

The entertainment conglomerate, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, missed revenue forecasts like Viacom did a day earlier, but predicted 2016 earnings would come in a bit better than it had said in a recent guidance downgrade. read more

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