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Thursday, May. 20, 2021
Everything old is new again on network television, and without apology.
As the TV industry rushes into the future with streaming services, traditional broadcasters unveiled 2021-22 schedules that rely heavily on familiar series brands and reboots of decades-old shows.
Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020
Jason Kilar, a former Amazon SVP who became CEO of WarnerMedia a little more than three months ago, has made some seismic changes in the company’s executive suite. Robert Greenblatt is out after just over a year as the chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment. Also exiting are Kevin Reilly,...
Wednesday, Apr. 1, 2020
Jason Kilar, the founding chief executive of Hulu and a former Amazon senior vice president, has been named CEO of WarnerMedia, the company announced Wednesday.
Kilar takes the reins of one of Hollywood's largest film and television factories, putting in him charge of the Warner Bros....
Friday, May. 31, 2019
Netflix blinked first and now other major Hollywood studios say they may reevaluate filming in Georgia if the state's abortion law goes into effect. The state is known for its lucrative tax incentives for filming.
WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment and the Walt Disney...
Monday, Mar. 18, 2019
Warner Bros. chief Kevin Tsujihara, one of the highest ranking Hollywood executives to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations, stepped down from the studio Monday following claims that he promised roles to an actress with whom he was having an affair.
WarnerMedia chief executive John...
Monday, Mar. 4, 2019
Now that AT&T's $81 billion takeover of Time Warner is a done deal , the company is reorganizing its TV and movie businesses to emphasize streaming rather than cable TV networks.
AT&T is bringing in a new executive as longtime HBO and Turner chiefs leave. It's also consolidating...
Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019
Streaming TV may never again be as simple, or as affordable, as it is now.
Disney and WarnerMedia are each launching their own streaming services in 2019 in a challenge to Netflix's dominance. Netflix viewers will no longer be able to watch hit movies such as "Black Panther" or "Moana,"...