On Wednesday, CNN reported they’d obtained a memo from their corporate owner WarnerMedia. The memo states WarnerMedia (formerly known as Time Warner) will launch its… Read More »WarnerMedia to launch its own streaming service in late 2019
AT&T certainly moved quickly after a judge threw out the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit over its Time Warner buyout. On Friday, AT&T announced that Time… Read More »Time Warner is now known as WarnerMedia; also: what does AT&T now own?
On Tuesday, a federal judge handed down an approval for AT&T’s merger with Time Warner. The Justice Department opposed this merger, arguing the resulting company… Read More »Judge approves AT&T’s merger with Time Warner; Comcast might try to outbid Disney for Fox’s assets
Decades ago, media ownership in the United States wasn’t as concentrated as it is today. In 1983, 50 companies owned 90% of American media. As… Read More »What media companies own popular franchises now versus the 1980s?
It had been talked about over the past week, but was officially announced on Saturday. Longtime telephone and internet giant AT&T will be buying media… Read More »AT&T to buy Time Warner for $85 billion
As bizarre as this post’s headline sounds, it’s true. Warner Bros., owners of the Hanna-Barbera library of characters, announced at last week’s CinemaCon (a trade… Read More »Scooby-Doo movie reboot, Hanna-Barbera cinematic universe coming
DC Comics, which has been in New York City since its founding in the 1930s, announced a few years ago it was moving to southern… Read More »DC Comics finally exits New York after 80 years
Rupert Murdoch, owner of 21st Century Fox (the movie and TV divisions) and News Corp. (home of Fox News) has made an offer to Time… Read More »Fox tried to buy Time Warner for $80 billion
As we all know, DC Comics (and their parent company Time Warner) rely heavily on Batman. In a previous post, I wrote that by my… Read More »Are Nickelodeon and SpongeBob worse than DC/WB and Batman?