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Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes' Pay Rises to $32.6M in 2016
He had made $31.5 million in 2015.
AT&T Loses TV Subscribers, on Track to Acquire Time Warner
The company fell just shy of predictions for revenue, reporting $39.4 billion as opposed to the $40.1 billion expected by analysts.
Writers Strike, Ad Worries Loom as Hollywood Earnings Season Kicks Off
Ahead of upfront advertising sales season, Wall Street experts expect sector CEOs to get quizzed on the state of ad affairs and their outlook.
Sony Launches Kids Channel in India
Sony Yay! will take on rival networks from the likes of Disney India, Viacom18 and Turner.
Michael Wolff: How Trump Can (and Just Might) Kill AT&T's Time Warner Deal
The president’s view on the $85.4 billion merger has been quite un-Republican-like, and he wants to keep his campaign promise, which would mean intervening (and stifling CNN nemesis Jeff Zucker).
European Commission Approves AT&T Acquisition of Time Warner
“This is an important approval," says an executive of the telecom giant, which has been working with the U.S. Department of Justice as it reviews the $85.4 billion deal.
AT&T CFO Says He Is Feeling Even "Better" About Time Warner Deal Now Than Last Year
"We continue to work" with the Justice Department and regulators abroad on the deal review and expect to complete the acquisition this year, John Stephens tells an investor conference.
Turner, Warner Bros. to Launch Animation Streaming Service Boomerang
The $5-per-month service will include programming from Hannah-Barbera, Looney Tunes and MGM.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes Talks AT&T Deal, HBO's International Plans
The executive who oversees Warner Bros., HBO and Turner said his company is at work on integration plans for its $85.4 billion sale to AT&T so that they can "hit the ground running" after the deal closes.
Verizon Doesn't Need to Own "Traditional Linear TV Content," Says CFO
“It’s important to us that we have mobile digital rights to some of the content that we think will be important in a mobile bundle,” Matt Ellis tells an investor conference.