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Warner Bros. Discovery ‘not for sale at all’: WBD CEO David Zaslav

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Earlier this month, we jumped on the speculation bandwagon that it could be Warner Bros Discovery David Zaslav He and his team were preparing the company to eventually be bought out by Comcast (owner of NBCUniversal) sometime in 2024. But based on what Zaslav had to share during a WBD-level Zoom meeting, no one told him. Although not addressing any company in particular, Zaslav stated, “We are not for sale, never, not for sale.” The WBD Chairman added, “We have the strongest hand in the industry. We have everything we need to be successful and to be the largest entertainment media company in the world.” Hollywood Deadline She reported that the meeting lasted about 75 minutes, with department heads HBO & HBO Max Chief Content Officer Casey BluesWarner Bros. TV set chair Channing Dungey and Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group Mike Deluca & Bam Abdi is defined.

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in version “seeing heat” From earlier this month, Kim Masters Asking the question that not many people have asked. What if all of this was just another stage at the end of a completely different game, one that would see Comcast go into combining discovery with Warner Bros. And NBCUniversal (owned by Comcast)? Given the financial and structural challenges the WBD faces, a “final” reversal would not be too shocking for those behind the scenes, despite the chaotic burden of contractual and merger factors precluding any negotiations until April 2024 at the earliest. And while Masters noted that such a move would be met with “some interesting antitrust issues,” the benefits it would bring to Comcast would be too much to resist. “There are some good synergies. I’m sure [Roberts] He licked a piece because [WBD] Stock is very low. I think this is the end of the Zaslav game. Get the place sold out,” One of the sources in the article was quoted as a post. A WBD spokesperson, for their part, released a statement, reading “We’re Building a Warner Bros. Discovery.” The long-term. “However, when it comes to one person’s definition of ‘long run’ compared to someone else’s definition, let’s just say that mileage may differ. People feel it’s definitely Comcast,” said the head of one of the companies quoted in the article. Another master studio [after Disney bought Fox]. Warners had a Tiffany studio. “But right now, all this talk seems to be just hot talk. Right now…

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