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Time Warner CEO: DC Comics shows could be slow to hit Netflix and Hulu

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

Fans May Have To Wait Years For New DC Comics Shows To Hit Netflix, Hulu

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes is considering holding shows like "Flash" and "Arrow" from streaming in favor of traditional cable.

Time Warner CEO signals delays for DC shows on Netflix, Hulu

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

Time Warner Shares Fall As It Vows To Spend More On Content And Pull Back Digital Syndication

The entertainment giant’s shares are down more than 8% after CEO Jeff Bewkes said he now expects next year’s adjusted earnings to reach about $5.25 per share — down from the company’s earlier forecast of around $6. Execs also don’t expect...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable plans for TV on the Internet

"Where we're headed is the ability of customers to access the complete video product without having to rent a set-top box from us," said CEO Rob Marcus on a call with analysts. Comcast spokesman Steve Restivo says the service, whichShow More Summary

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes will speak at IGNITION 2015

You might have heard of these HBO original shows "Games of Thrones," "True Blood," and "Sex and the City." HBO is just one of the many Time Warner operating subsidiaries producing content that people love. But, with cord-cutting andShow More Summary

Former Time Warner CEO Jerry Levin To Launch Parkinson’s Treatment Center

Jerry Levin has come out of retirement. The former Time Warner CEO has teamed with his wife, the CAA agent-turned-psychologist Laurie Ann Levin, to form The Levin Center For Parkinson's Transformational Health. It is an enterprise dedicated...Show More Summary

Entertainment CEOs Call on India to Accelerate Digital Transformation

A New York roundtable, hosted by Rupert Murdoch for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was attended by the CEOs of Time Warner, Discovery and other big entertainment companies. read more

Time Warner Cable CEO: Cable TV Pricing Is So High Because We're The Mercedes Of Entertainment

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Over the last year we've finally started to see the emergence of more flexible Internet video options like the "skinny bundle," where customers nab a cheaper, smaller base package of channels, with the option to pick and choose fromShow More Summary

Time Warner Cable CEO: Fat TV Bundles More Popular Than Skinny Ones

Forget all the chatter about low priced pay TV skinny bundles. Strange as it may sound at a time when investors worry about pay TV cord cutting, the real action is with costly fat bundles, Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus told investors...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable CEO Eyes Pay TV Sub Growth, Says Bundle Still Dominant

"The headlines over the last several months are way ahead of the facts," Rob Marcus says about the growth of "skinny" video bundles. read more

Time Warner CEO Isn’t Worried About Cable TV’s Fate: “Netflix Is Good, But Not That Good”

While cable companies’ investors might be shaking in their boots whenever the word “Netflix” pops up, the streaming video service isn’t the giant slayer it’s been made out to be — at least according to Time Warner Inc. Jeff Bewkes, who says his HBO is better than Netflix. Bewkes spoke at a cable conference in Amsterdam yesterday, saying investors … [More]

HBO Streaming Service Not Cannibalizing Subs, Execs Say

HBO CEO Richard Plepler and Time Warner boss Jeff Bewkes laud the early reception, don't disclose sub figures and signal Bill Simmons would come to the standalone streaming service. read more

Charter Loses More Video Subs, Posts Wider Second-Quarter Loss

CEO Tom Rutledge on the earnings call discusses the planned Time Warner Cable acquisition, cord cutting and the challenges of designing "skinny" pay TV bundles. read more

Time Inc. CEO Confident in "Return to Growth"

More than a year after the company's spin-off from Time Warner, Joe Ripp touts "our plan to fundamentally reengineer the business." read more

Time Warner Cable Strikes Out In Securing More Distribution For Dodgers

Los Angeles Dodgers fans who can’t watch games on SportsNet LA are still out of luck for now. It “doesn't look like we'll get additional distribution for the Dodgers network this season,” Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus told analysts this morning in a call to discuss Q2 earnings. This has been a problem for the No. Show More Summary

Charter-Time Warner Cable Filing Shows Huge Deal Payoffs For CEOs And Bankers

Sometimes it pays to come in second: Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus stands to collect a whopping $91.9 million if the deal to sell his company to Charter Communications goes through, according to a 700-plus page preliminary proxy filed...Show More Summary

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