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  1. How Jeff Zucker Can Make CNN Less Boring (Analysis)

    9:30 am 12/6/2012

    Andrew Tyndall writes for THR that the news network needs essential programming that viewers can't help but share, instead of playing it safe.Read more

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  2. Time Warner CEO Defends Pay TV Bundle

    8:45 am 12/4/2012

    After a big cable firm told a UBS investor conference that it may drop low-rated channels, Jeff Bewkes says the pay TV bundle is "economically efficient." Read more

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  3. New Deal Could Net Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes $30 Million in Stock Bonuses Over Five Years

    2:50 pm 11/26/2012

    UPDATED: Regulatory filing shows no salary increase for the next five years - but $6 million per year if the company thrives.Read more

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  4. Time Warner Extends Jeff Bewkes' Contract for 5 Years

    1:11 pm 11/20/2012

    Company announces contract extension for chairman and CEO.Read more

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  5. Netflix Under Attack: Why Carl Icahn Could Force a Sale

    2:00 am 11/15/2012

    "It makes a great acquisition candidate," the activist investor tells THR, setting up a showdown over the $4 billion-plus company.Read more

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  6. Time Warner Details Netflix, Other Online Video Revenue

    8:56 am 11/7/2012

    The conglomerate also expects to name a new head of CNN by year's end, but it says the time isn't right for a Time Warner broadband channel.Read more

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  7. Time Warner Third-Quarter Earnings Rise, Revenue Drops

    3:45 am 11/7/2012

    The entertainment conglomerate, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, had to deal with weak film unit momentum in the latest period. Read more

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  8. TV Ratings in Focus as Entertainment Conglomerates Gear up for Quarterly Earnings Reports

    1:42 pm 11/5/2012

    The Summer Olympics will affect advertising results for the latest quarter, with Wall Street looking for signals about the ad market's outlook.Read more

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  9. Time Warner to Donate $1 Million for Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

    5:58 am 11/2/2012

    Fellow entertainment conglomerates News Corp., Walt Disney and Viacom have also pledged financial and media support.Read more

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  10. Big Entertainment Stocks Open Virtually Unchanged After Hurricane Sandy Market Closures

    6:45 am 10/31/2012

    Netflix shares decline in early trading after the company corrected the content costs for its international services in a regulatory filing.Read more

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