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AT&T’s WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey said Wednesday that even though the company’s upcoming streaming service HBO Max is more expensive than rival streaming services, its content will entice people to sign up.
Julia Boorstin reports on how things are changing in the digital media advertising industry with some surprising winners.
Chinese state-run television network CCTV said it was suspending the current broadcast arrangements for the NBA’s preseason games in China.
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The company announces that the executive producer of “60 Minutes” and former chairman of CBS News is stepping down but immediately his departure is not directly related to an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.
Porter Bibb says Moonves will not receive his CBS exit package if sexual misconduct allegations turn out to be true.
Leslie Moonves will leave his post as CEO of CBS following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct spanning much of his career.
The CBS board will be discussing the Moonves situation on Monday.
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Julia Boorstin reports the results of Netflix’s second quarter.
High-profile successful start-ups say attracting top talent has gotten easier. But For the average small business, finding great talent is still their No. 1 problem.
Julia Boorstin was at the Code Conference, where some of the biggest names in tech and media spoke about developments in the fast-changing industries.