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WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Tells Staff He Plans to Stay Into 2022

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar says he does not intend to step down from his post this year. The executive made the remarks in an employee town hall Thursday. “My plan and my focus is to…

Why Discovery CEO David Zaslav Is “Happy” About Amazon’s MGM Deal

The combination of Discovery and AT&T’s WarnerMedia, which on May 17 unveiled…

Discovery CEO David Zaslav Seeks $18M for Manhattan Townhouse

Powerhouse Discovery Inc. president and CEO David Zaslav, consistently one of the highest paid CEOs of a public company ever since he took the company’s reins in 2007, announced Discovery’s…

Discovery CEO David Zaslav Steps Down From Lionsgate Board

Discovery CEO David Zaslav is focusing his professional efforts on the WarnerMedia-Discovery merger announced this week. In a securities filing Wednesday afternoon, Lions Gate Entertainment…

Ad-Supported HBO Max to Launch at $9.99 Per Month

The advertising-supported tier of HBO Max will launch the first week in June at $9.99 per month, the company said Wednesday. The name, “HBO Max With Ads,” and the pricing details were announced…

As David Zaslav Takes Deal Crown, How Will He Rule His Discovery-WarnerMedia Empire?

The irony of David Zaslav’s ascent to the top of the as-yet unnamed WarnerMedia and Discovery combination is that had the Discovery CEO gotten this job at any other time in Hollywood history…

Discovery CEO David Zaslav's Contract Extended

Discovery and its president and CEO David Zaslav have signed a new employment contract that will see the veteran media executive stay in charge of the company through at least the end…

It’s Official: AT&T and Discovery Detail Merger Plans

AT&T and Discovery Inc. have made it official, unveiling their plan to merge their media and entertainment assets in a deal that will bring together TV channels like CNN, TBS, TNT, HGTV, Food…

How a Discovery-WarnerMedia Merger Would Rattle Hollywood

It’s not that the media world and Wall Street didn’t expect AT&T to spin off WarnerMedia — the consensus has been that this experiment has not been going well. But a deal appears to be coming…