AT&T plans to spin off WarnerMedia into its own stand-alone company. WarnerMedia will also merge with Discovery, the home of “Shark Week.”
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On Thursday came very surprising news… big enough I pushed back my original planned blog post for today to write this one instead. Warner Bros.
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping many people at home, including families thanks to multiple school closings. There’s also encouragement to practice “social distancing,” which means
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
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
A federal judge has ruled this week that Warner Bros. has no claim to the copyright on the lyrics for “Happy Birthday To You,” the
On the heels of the recently announced direct-to-video animated films from Warner Bros. comes the latest one, “Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run.” In this film, Bugs
Last week, DC and Warner Bros. announced its planned slate of live-action film projects through the end of the decade. Among the most surprising news: