Charter Communications has agreed to acquire the cable operator, led by chairman and CEO Rob Marcus. read more
With a restless board and Carl Icahn lurking, the CEO weighs selling all or part of the company as Wall Street forces soon could remake (or end?) one of media's iconic players. read more
The co-founder of Time Warner’s Bleacher Report digital sports destination is returning to the line-up as CEO, the company says today. Dave Finocchio backed away from day-to-day responsibilities in late 2014. Based in San Francisco,...Show More Summary
Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes reportedly told investors on Monday that he would entertain a sale of the media company, and Apple has been named as a possible suitor, according to the New York Post. AT&T, which owns DirecTV, and FoxShow More Summary
Time Warner Inc. has extended Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes' employment through 2020. "Since becoming CEO, Jeff has transformed the company to focus on video content, capitalized on the combined strength of Turner, HBO and Warner Bros. and delivered consistently strong operating and financial performance,"...
Time Warner is keeping the status quo at the top of its ranks. The conglomerate said today that it has renewed the contract of Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes for an additional three years through 2020. "The Board of Directors is delighted...Show More Summary
Consumer growth could return for the first time in a decade, say Time Warner Cable's and Charter's CEOs as they turn their attention from overall numbers of paid subscribers and finally compete with satellite and telecoms. read more
We’ve known about the struggle regarding SportsNet LA, the Los Angeles Dodgers-centric regional sports network over the past two years. Since it launched in 2014, the Time Warner Cable-operated channel still does not have widespread coverage in Southern California. Show More Summary
Rob Marcus also discusses the review of Charter's planned acquisition of the company at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York. read more
Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus is still ready to go to bat to boost distribution of Los Angeles Dodgers games on his SportsNet LA regional sports network. Most other distributors, including DirecTV and Dish Network, refuse to pay the estimated $5 per subscriber per month that TWC wants. Show More Summary
Time Warner Chairman Jeff Bewkes praised Warner Bros.' upcoming film slate, which includes the first female-led superhero movie in a decade.
Time Warner Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes talks about WONDER WOMAN and big movie franchies in Time Warner's future.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes expressed the hope that Warner Bros. Entertainment will do better this year than it did last year, and he has a huge amount of faith in their upcoming, more genre-friendly slate. Bewkes is super-jazzed about...Show More Summary
Jeffrey Bewkes called for "more vigorous interfaces" and a world in which consumers don't need to know which shows are on which channels. read more
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes remains one of the industry’s biggest cheerleaders for the cable and satellite programming bundle. But he told the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference today that distributors could do a better job...Show More Summary
If you're waiting to catch up on Gotham or Arrow, the wait could get even longer. Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes told analysts this week that past seasons of DC Comics television shows could be slow to arrive on Hulu and Netflix. Why? Well,...Show More Summary
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes is considering holding shows like "Flash" and "Arrow" from streaming in favor of traditional cable.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fans of superhero shows based in the DC Comics universe like "The Flash," ''Arrow" and "Gotham" might have to wait a lot longer for past seasons to come to Netflix and Hulu. Jeff Bewkes, the chief executive of DC-owner...Show More Summary
CEO Jeff Bewkes also says the company is considering keeping digital rights to its TV shows longer. read more