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Les Moonves Talked Merger With Time Warner: Report

CBS-Time Warner, anyone? Well, no — but it’s intriguing idea that apparently was floated last year. Bloomberg reports that CBS Corp CEO Les Moonves approached TW chief exec Jeff Bewkes about the possibility of merging the two media companies. Show More Summary

Somebody Tell Time Warner’s CEO that FNC, Not CNN, Wins Breaking News

Earlier this week at the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet and Telecom Conference in Florida, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes talked about CNN’s programming changes, ratings growth, and how the network remains a destination for breaking news viewers: If you’re looking at television, everybody knows we are the place to go. Show More Summary

Time Warner CEO Wants to ‘Age Down’ CNN

News on the Internet is the “default thing that everybody is dependent on,” Jeff Bewkes acknowledged on Tuesday while discussing his company’s CNN asset. “You want immediate access to news and you expect it,” the Time Warner CEO said. Show More Summary

Time Warner CEO Wants to "Age Down" CNN

Digital news, not television, is the "default" for consumers nowadays. read more

Starz CEO Talks HBO Now, Lionsgate Relationship, Time Warner Cable Sub Upside

For Starz and Lionsgate, "it is time to think about what’s next," Chris Albrecht tells a Florida investor conference, but leaves all options open. read more

Comcast Promotes 3 Execs As Company Awaits Word On Time Warner Cable Deal

The three promotions to EVP suggest that CEO Brian Roberts wants to give his colleagues in the deal-making trenches a vote of confidence no matter what happens with the company’s planned $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable — awaiting approval by the FCC and Justice Department. Show More Summary

HBO Streaming Service: HBO Now Set To Debut In April

HBO’s streaming service is set to debut in April. Dubbed HBO Now, the much-anticipated service will allow viewers to stream HBO content without a cable or satellite TV subscription. Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said the stand-alone service...Show More Summary

Charter Is Ready To Go After Time Warner Cable If Comcast Deal Falls

“There’d be a ton of reasons” why Charter Communications “would likely pursue” the No. 2 cable operator if federal officials nix Comcast’s $45 billion stock deal, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei told investors today at Morgan Stanley's Technology, Media & Telecom Conference. Show More Summary

Arise Xchange: Byron Allen talks Lawsuit Against Time Warner & Comcast

Byron Allen, Chairman and CEO of Entertainment Studios discusses his lawsuit against Time Warner & Comcast. In this interview with Arise America, Allen makes important distinction between Black "targeted" media and Black-owned media...

TV Exec. Suing Comcast/Sharpton: ‘Give Him $50k and a Bucket of Chicken and We’re Good’

4 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Byron Allen, the CEO of Entertainment Studios, continued his attacks on Al Sharpton in light of a discrimination lawsuit Allen and other African-American media owners filed against Comcast and Time Warner Cable. The suit alleges that...Show More Summary

Comcast CEO Optimistic on Time Warner Cable Deal Review

Brian Roberts also discusses proposed open Internet regulation, calling Title II regulation "antiquated." read more

Jeff Bewkes Says Cord Cutting Is Real, But Pay TV Can Win People Back

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes appears to have changed his tune on the potential threat from pay TV cord cutting. He used to say that those concerns were “overblown.” But today he acknowledged, in a conference call with analysts, that “we...Show More Summary

Time Warner Posts Record Full-Year Adjusted Profit for HBO, Raises Dividend

The entertainment giant, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, posted lower fourth-quarter earnings amid currency headwinds and charges. read more

Time Warner Cable Reports Best Fourth-Quarter Performance in Years

The cable giant, set to be acquired by Comcast, is led by CEO Rob Marcus and lost fewer pay TV customers in the period than in the year-ago quarter read more

4 Things Comcast Cable's CEO Wants You to Know

In addition to merging with Time Warner Cable, Comcast has other plans to grow its business.

Jerry & Laurie Ann Levin On The Sinews Of Slavery: Guest Column

Former Time Warner Chairman/CEO Jerry Levin has contributed several thoughtful pieces to Deadline this year, and he's earned a place here for when he has something on his formidable mind. Here, in a column written with his wife, Dr.Show More Summary

Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes Talks TV Ratings Decline, Dish's Charlie Ergen

At an investor conference, the CEO also discusses his deal appetite and how HBO's online video service could be sold read more

Jeff Bewkes: Time Warner Wants VOD To “Create A Revolution” In TV

Seems that Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes sees little wrong with the entertainment business that can't be cured by more video on demand. “That is clearly where the power of video content reaches its full realization,” he told investors today at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference. Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable CEO Targets TV Sub Growth in 2015, Talks Comcast Deal

Rob Marcus also discusses cord cutting, new online-only video services and competition from Google read more

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

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