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Will Time Warner Dispel Wall Street’s TV Ad Concerns? – Live Blog

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes is about to hold his quarterly call with Wall Street analysts — and it will be interesting to see how much the conversation around the company has changed in the three weeks since execs provided Wall Street with a deep-dive look at entertainment giant's financial plans and prospects. Show More Summary

Time Warner Third-Quarter Earnings Exceed Expectations

The entertainment conglomerate, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, posted its latest financials read more

Warner Bros Layoffs: Kevin Tsujihara Breaks The Bad News

Warner Bros chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara just sent a memo to staff this morning detailing the layoffs long in the works but now underway at the studio. The cutbacks come as parent Time Warner announced conglom-wide belt-tightening that already has hit Turner networks — most visibly CNN. Show More Summary

CEO Bewkes Needs To Show Time Warner Better Alone Than With Murdoch

By Jennifer Saba NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ten years ago, Walt Disney Co, having fended off a hostile bid from Comcast, had to make a case why it was better off as an independent company. It succeeded. Disney's shares have soared more than 250 percent since. Show More Summary

Comcast Shareholders Approve Time Warner Cable Merger

As expected, more than 99% of Comcast shareholders have signed off on the company's proposal to merge with Time Warner Cable. The vote came today during a special shareholder meeting in Philadelphia. The family of chairman and CEO Brian...Show More Summary

Richard Tomko Named amNewYork Publisher

2 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Newsday Media Group has named Richard Tomko publisher of amNewYork. Tomko joins the newspaper from Boost Digital, where he served as a consultant. He previously served as CEO of Snooth Media, and worked for Time Warner for 14 years. Tomko also served as Time Inc. Show More Summary

How do advertisers find users on a second device and why do they care?

Sam Barnett is the CEO and co-founder of Struq. According to research by Time Warner, users switch between devices an average of 27 times a day. For any advertiser that wants to target you with relevant advertising this is a massive issue and, through necessity, the advertising industry has evolved. Show More Summary

In one room, 20 CEOs, the mayor & 'no tension'

Mayor Bill de Blasio sat down for more than an hour with the CEOs of American Express, Time Warner, Macy's, Morgan Stanley and other top employers Tuesday afternoon, during which he touted his nine... To view the full story, click the title link.

Comcast CEO "Cautiously Optimistic" on Approval for Time Warner Cable Acquisition

"The process is underway in earnest and we've got many states and local communities to already approve of the transfer," the exec stated on Tuesday read more

Will HBO “Cut the Cord” and Snub Cable Providers

Time Warner's CEO appears to be interested in broadband only. Will cable providers get burned?

It sounds like HBO is getting ready to drop a bomb on the cable industry

Apple fans aren’t the only ones who have had an exciting week for news — cord cutters now have reason to cheer as well. Quartz reports that Jeff Bewkes, the CEO of HBO parent company Time Warner, told an investment conference this week...Show More Summary

HBO Is ‘Seriously Considering’ Offering Stand-alone HBO Go

The era of stealing your friend's co-worker's parents' HBO Go login may be drawing to close. At an investment conference, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes announced that the company was finally considering offering the streaming service to anyone who wanted to pay for it, whether or not they had a... More »

Discovery CEO tells FCC he’s concerned about Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable

Discovery Communications' chief executive said Wednesday that the cable television programmer has expressed concerns to federal regulators about Comcast's $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable. If the merger is approved, Comcast would...Show More Summary

Discovery CEO tells FCC he’s concerned about Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable

2 months agoTechnology : Post Tech

Discovery Communications' chief executive said Wednesday that the cable television programmer has expressed concerns to federal regulators about Comcast's $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable. If the merger is approved, Comcast would...Show More Summary

Michael Wolff on Jeff Bewkes: What's Next for Time Warner's Anti-Mogul

Now that he’s fended off Rupert Murdoch (for now), the CEO might be better off figuring out what else he can sell, writes Wolff read more

The HBO/Netflix Rivalry Is Heating Up

By Dan Strack: The rivalry between Time Warner's (NYSE:TWX) HBO and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is heating up. Shortly after Time Warner released their quarterly earnings, Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, couldn't help but point out that Netflix surpassed HBO in subscriber revenue. "Minor milestone: last quarter we passed HBO is subscriber revenue ($1.146B vs. Show More Summary

Lionsgate CEO Calls Consolidation An “Opportunity” But Not A Must-Do

Lionsgate’s on just about everybody’s list of potential takeover targets when they think of deals that might follow Fox’s aborted $80B run at Time Warner. Lots of media companies, and perhaps tech ones, would love to have Lionsgate’s library of movie hits including The Hunger Games and TV shows such as Nurse Jackie and Orange Is The New Black. Show More Summary

Time Warner Inc (TWX) and Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (FOX): Gabelli Is Bullish On Content

Mario Gabelli, the chairman and CEO of GAMCO Investors, has only good words about Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) and Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOX), even if the takeover deal between the two has not materialized. In a video segment on CNBC, the asset manager has said that both companies are on track to bring excellent […]

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