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Time Warner Inc.

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  • Warner Bros. Offers Buyouts to Employees, Layoffs Possible

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Warner Bros. is offering buyouts to an unspecified number of employees across all divisions in an effort to cut costs. The studio's new corporate communications chief Dee Dee Myers, whose first day on the job was Tuesday,...
  • Netflix acquires rights to Warner Bros.' Batman prequel 'Gotham'

    Netflix acquires rights to Warner Bros.' Batman prequel 'Gotham'
    Netflix has nabbed worldwide Internet video-on-demand rights to "Gotham," Warner Bros.' highly anticipated TV series that tells the story of how police detective James Gordon first encounters a young Bruce Wayne. Netflix and Warner Bros. Worldwide...
  • Time Warner chief Jeff Bewkes rules out HBO spin-off

    Some on Wall Street have been urging Time Warner to spin off its crown jewel -- HBO -- into a separate company. But Jeff Bewkes, chief executive of Time Warner, said he had no intention of hiving off HBO. "We are not going to do that," Bewkes said...
  • CBS CEO says open to offering Showtime directly to consumer

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - CBS Corp Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said on Wednesday the company could offer its premium cable TV channel Showtime directly to consumers in the future. At the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference, Moonves was asked if he was...
  • CBS Presses for New Revenue for Content as TV Advertising Appears in Flux

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As Madison Avenue's support for traditional TV advertising appears to shift, CBS Corp. is likely to seek ways to maximize payments for the big-audience programs it creates from other content purveyors, the company's chief...
  • 21st Century Fox's Chase Carey on Time Warner: 'We've Moved On'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - LONDON - "We've moved on," said Chase Carey, president and chief operating officer of 21st Century Fox, when asked whether there would be a renewed bid for Time Warner at a London TV industry conference Tuesday. "We don't want...
  • Book club's corporate owners are cloaked in mystery

     Book club's corporate owners are cloaked in mystery
    It's always the simplest problems that lead to the most eye-opening trips down the corporate rabbit hole. Marla Knutsen of Altadena contacted me to say that she was having a hard time closing her account with Quality Paperback Book Club. She said she'...
  • Hawks owner Bruce Levenson to sell team, apologizes for racial email

    Atlanta Hawks controlling owner Bruce Levenson has decided to sell his stake in the team amid an NBA investigation into an “inappropriate and offensive” email he wrote in 2012 about black fans, team and league officials announced Sunday....
  • DreamWorks films looks to TV industry for CEO

    DreamWorks films looks to TV industry for CEO
    The next chief executive of Steven Spielberg's film company, DreamWorks Studios, is coming from the TV industry. Departing Turner Broadcasting executive Michael Wright will join the film studio at the beginning of next year. He will succeed CEO and Co-...
  • Media and Entertainment Mega Mergers Increase 50%

    Size matters in media. The big companies keep getting bigger, with the number of mergers and acquisitions between major players increasing substantially during the past year, according to a report by PwC. This year has already seen a number of splashy...
  • Jerry Reinsdorf aside, next MLB chief's hands full

     Jerry Reinsdorf aside, next MLB chief's hands full
    One of Chicago White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf's greatest assets is he does what he believes he should without worrying much about what others think. This also, at times, is his greatest liability. Critics aren't always wrong. The same man who pushed...
  • Authors' Protest of Amazon Shows That Bigger Isn't Always Better in Business

    When some 900 authors last week delivered a call to arms against Internet giant Amazon, the subtext of their message went beyond a dispute about rights and numbers. It also signaled a growing discomfort over control of intellectual property in the hands...