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Topic: Time Warner

Game of Thrones Is the Most Popular Show Ever on HBO

Average rating beats The Sopranos

The adventures of Tyrion Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow (among other characters, most of whom are probably dead now) have officially beaten out another HBO series with a lot…

Time Inc. Saying Goodbye to Iconic New York Building

Heading downtown after splitting from parent Time Warner

Time Inc. is officially saying goodbye to the Time & Life building, its home in midtown New York since 1959. The publisher, which is set to spin off from parent…

HBO Shows Including The Sopranos Coming to Amazon Prime

Library content finally finds a non-authenticated home

Amazon has declared once again that it isn't kidding when it comes to fighting the streaming service wars: the company has signed an exclusive deal with HBO to distribute library…

Retail, Automotive Biggest Spenders in 2013

P&G, GM, AT&T among Kantar's top 10 spenders for the year

The absence of the Summer Olympics and political spending in fall 2013 (compared to their presence in 3Q 2012) may have put a damper on advertising expenditures, but total ad revenue…

How Many DC Comics Shows Are We Getting in the Next Couple of Years, Anyway?

The Flash joins other DC Universe Properties at the CW

There will be X-Men and Avengers constituents galore on the movie screens this summer, but there's only one Flash (well, actually there are at least four Flashes if you want…

8 Things the Time Warner-Comcast Merger Will Do

If you're in media, this affects you

The Comcast-Time Warner merger is underway, and it's one of the biggest media deals in recent memory: $45.2 billion for the distressed cable conglomerate at a dramatic moment when it…

HLN Refocuses on Viral, Social Content

Turner net's big shift comes under new chief Albie Hecht

HLN is drastically switching focus from salacious court coverage to viral-hopeful segments and upbeat coverage of stories like "Is America Ready for a Gay NFL Player?" (not coincidentally also the…

Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp to Move Off 34th Floor

Part of effort to be more accessible ahead of spinoff

Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp today is leaving the 34th floor of the Time and Life building, the cavernous executive offices that have long been home to the company’s top…

Time Inc. Announces Reorganization, Layoffs

Eliminates 3 brand clusters

Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp is continuing his winnowing of the publishing company ahead of its spinoff from Time Warner, announcing layoffs while eliminating the longtime brand operating clusters that…

Time Warner Files Plan Ahead of Time Inc. Spinoff

Revenues dropped nearly one third since recession

Time Warner filed documents Friday evening in preparation for the planned spinoff of publishing division and No. 1 U.S. magazine company Time Inc. next year. While the company didn’t specify…

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