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Deepdub, Israeli Startup Using AI for Dubbing, Raises $20M From Kevin Reilly, Others

Deepdub, a Tel Aviv-based startup that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to dub actors into other languages while retaining their original voice, has raised $20 million in Series A funding that was led by venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners and included investments from such big-name entertainment industry veterans as Kevin Reilly, former chief […]

Bob Greenblatt, Kevin Reilly Out Amid Major WarnerMedia Restructuring

WarnerMedia is restructuring its executive ranks under newly installed CEO Jason Kilar. Out are WarnerMedia Entertainment and direct to consumer chairman Bob Greenblatt and content chief and TBS, TNT and TruTV president Kevin Reilly. Keith Cocozza, executive vp marketing and communications is also leaving the company. In a series of moves that prioritize two-month-old streamer […]

Hollywood’s New Dilemma: When Is a Movie Worthy of Movie Theaters?

Nearly every major studio soon will have its own streamer, but what separates a theatrical title from straight-to-digital remains elusive as producers complain that execs "keep moving the target."

HBO Max Execs Talk Fate of ‘Friends’ Reunion, Missing ‘Harry Potter’ Library

HBO Max content chief Kevin Reilly doesn’t use the phrase "streaming wars" and doesn’t think of the looming battle for digital subscribers "in those terms at all," he told reporters Wednesday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour.

Kevin Reilly: HBO Max Will Keep Biggest WarnerMedia Hits, Not Hand Rivals a “Club to Beat Us” With

WarnerMedia's Kevin Reilly at a London conference discussed HBO Max's global plans, why the company is licensing less content to streaming rivals, as well as the downsides of the binge-viewing culture and algorithms.

Kevin Reilly Extends WarnerMedia Contract Through 2022

Kevin Reilly has extended his contract with WarnerMedia Entertainment through 2022 and has been handed oversight of all of the company's basic cable networks, including truTV.

Inside WarnerMedia’s Upfront: Comedy Rules, ‘Snowpiercer’ Scores, Scale Matters

WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey opened his first-ever upfront presentation early Wednesday by promising media buyers gathered at Madison Square Garden that the company will not forsake the 30-second spot for SVOD. With more consumers watching on ad-bereft platforms like Netflix instead of linear TV, media buyers probably need the reassurance. And recommitting to liner TV — even if it's only lip service — is becoming a refrain of the 2019 upfront with multiple network groups set to launch direct-to-consumer platforms next year.

Kevin Reilly: “It’s Not a Good Model to Share” WarnerMedia Shows Like ‘Friends’

Kevin Reilly wants 'Friends' exclusively on WarnerMedia's forthcoming streaming service. The newly appointed head of content for the direct-to-consumer offering said that the "crown jewels" of the WarnerMedia library will likely ultimately end up on the service. "Sharing destination assets like that, it's not a good model to share," he said. "They should be exclusive to the service."

TNT’s Sarah Aubrey to Head Originals for WarnerMedia Streaming Service

TBS and TNT executive Kevin Reilly, who was promoted in December to chief creative officer for the forthcoming WarnerMedia direct-to-consumer streaming platform, has tapped Sarah Aubrey to serve as head of originals. Meanwhile, TBS' Brett Weitz has been elevated to general manager for both the comedy-themed cable network and its Turner-owned sibling TNT.

Kevin Reilly to Run Content for WarnerMedia Streaming Service

Kevin Reilly, chief creative officer at Turner and president of TNT and TBS, has been appointed chief creative officer for the forthcoming WarnerMedia streaming service.

TV Bosses Talk Diversity, Streaming and the Ad Challenge at Jerusalem Conference

The heads of Showtime, TNT and Fox Television Group, together with the president of HBO programming, address the forces transforming the TV business at INTV.

TNT Boss Kevin Reilly on ‘The Alienist,’ E-Sports and Transforming TV for an On-Demand World

“The next three years [are] going to see more change in our business than the 20 years prior,” Reilly told the INTV conference in Jerusalem.