Meg James

AT&T says it plans to keep top Time Warner managers

Most media mergers end with the old regime getting shoved out the door. But AT&T’s top executive says he plans to keep in place much of Time Warner’s management team.

Time Warner takes a 10% stake in Hulu, boosting it to compete with Netflix

Media giant Time Warner has agreed to take a 10% stake in Hulu, becoming the fourth major media company to put its weight behind the increasingly popular online video-streaming service.

LA Mayor Garcetti seeks FCC review of Dodgers channel impasse

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is asking the Federal Communications Commission to examine the stalemate between Time Warner Cable and other pay-TV operators that's prevented much of the region from watching Dodgers baseball this season.

DirecTV, Dish Network to vie for political cash with customized ads

For the first time, satellite broadcasters will be jockeying with other media outlets for a share of political spending that could top $3 billion in 2014.

Time Warner is girding to fight Murdoch's takeover offer

Time Warner Chairman and Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes is in an uncomfortable position: The cross hairs of Rupert Murdoch.

Nielsen concludes LA radio ratings probe; Univision not sanctioned

Nielsen said it has concluded an investigation into tampering of Los Angeles radio ratings, but stopped short of sanctioning Univision Communications for unethical conduct by a former station executive.

CEO Brian Roberts bulks up Comcast for the future

Brian Roberts, chairman and chief executive of Comcast, is looking to fortify his company for an increasingly competitive era.

Nielsen ratings scandal widens; Univision executive implicated

Nielsen has widened its investigation into a ratings scandal in Los Angeles and uncovered evidence that a Univision Communications radio executive allegedly has been manipulating the ratings.

CEO Steve Burke brings turnaround at NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal Chief Executive Steve Burke, who acknowledges being a bit of a taskmaster, is in unfamiliar territory. He took over the top job at a time when NBC Entertainment was hemorrhaging $600 million a year.

Viacom buys Britain's Channel 5 Broadcasting for $760 million

Media company Viacom has significantly expanded its international footprint by buying television outlet Channel 5 Broadcasting in Britain.