Warner Bros. Discovery
A Tale of Two Streamers
The bones of the old streamer are there in its reboot, with some major alterations.
The Writers Guild of America had publicly criticized the decision to host the Warner Bros. Discovery CEO during an ongoing writers strike.
Warner Bros. Discovery continues to covertly hack away at HBO Max's offerings ahead of its catalogue merge with Discovery+. "Minx," "Westworld," "Legendary," and more have already left the service.
David Zaslav did not take the stage as WGA members took to the streets.
But David Zaslav did take time to root on the New York Knicks ahead of Game 3 vs. the Miami Heat.
Ahead of Schedule
That's one year ahead of schedule; read the company's mixed Q1 financial results here.
Steven Spielberg, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Warner studio chief David Zaslav stressed the importance of preserving movies as history and memory.
HBO Content Head Casey Bloys says the people mad today are the same ones mad "HBO" was put in the name in the first place.
Warner Bros. hoped to get $2 billion for the rights to a collection that includes the "Batman" soundtracks. Offers topped at $1.3 billion.
A higher priced tier with enhanced video quality is reportedly part of Warner Bros. Discovery's plans
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