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"warner time warner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on KTOK

"Did it. You can't do your good Roscoe. Keep calling man we love you. Thank you, very very much. That's the American spirit. We used to talk about the American spirit individualism can do is them. Success? Now, it's. I need the government government shutdown. How am I going to feed myself? On. And it says so. Ridiculous. Dave, Denver, Colorado, XM satellite. How are you? Mark creek talking tonight. Thank you. I got a daughter going up to see you in the People's Republic a boulder, and when she was I'm not in boulder. Sorry. I'm not in boulder. No. I have a daughter. Yeah. See you in boulder close. See you. I thought you meant S E got it. Yeah. I got a little slow on the uptake. But yeah. Late mar. I've been talking about you with I if she was in middle school, that's because of you. She is going to go into constitutional law wonder graduates from wonderful. I'm chairman of you, did you know this. Say that again, I started an organization called fatty is United. Have you ever heard of it? I have not and I tell all the time, I'm chairman of f- fatty. Trauma that. All my conservative friends should join thin fat muscular athletic, not so whatever. Anyway, you're very very that's very good that she's solid and that she's going to head into the right area. Solid. Yes. I'm real one really calling about is for the last three decades. I've been suggesting to all my whatever middle of the road, France. But I wanted a huge crevasses. The liberals and conservatives and never in my wildest dreams. Did I anticipate that it would be like this this stupidity? That the crevasses now just ridiculous. You know, Dave. It's really time for people sitting on the sidelines to get off their asses and join those of us who speak out for this country. It's it's it's embarrassing. We're having to talk about all these slogans that the left are bringing the play 'em these attacks on wonderful people like Cavanaugh, and you see them in the news where there's there's representatives of our country that are suggesting that they're gonna go after on because she perjured himself with absolutely no evidence. But one of our lawmakers is gonna make it his mission to do. So they used to talk about the independence of the court and so forth. But the the left now is is definitely a radical and in many ways, a violent mob, and I can see them one day in in ways that I wish I couldn't imagine. But sure they'll go after cabin on more independence of the supreme court. Look, they want to advance the agenda come hell or high water. Why do you think all this? Tumult around Trump all the tumbled around cabin on all the attacks on anybody who dares to stand in their way, it's going to get worse. It's so intellectually lazy and fissile on a Simpson Paris. All right, my friend. Thank you for your call. Let's continue shall we can Centerville Virginia the great W M A L go. Hi, mark. How are you? Very. Well. Thank you. I'm glad you're here. You get worked up about the Covington high school because I was furious all day, it is beyond irresponsible never mind that they made up a completely fake story. I heard they shut the highschool down this morning because of threats of violence, and I heard that some of the students identified in the video we're getting death threats. That's true. This is the height of your responsibility. So my question, and by the way, do the media take any responsibility for this. What's her, we apologize? We were wrong. Here's the full video excuse me. The media had become mouthpieces for the most radical extreme elements on the left, and they are violent on the left. Thank you for taking the question right out of my mouth. 'cause that was exactly what it's going to ask. Where was your question? Well, the question was if all these death threats start coming in doesn't it occur to them that some of might actually be followed up on in which case they created a fake story, which leads to someone being killed. And then the responsibility is the news media saying, yes, I got that one of all oops, now, you're quite right. And I don't know the answer other than these media corporations. Like Time Warner Time Warner excuse me. They own. NBC and MSNBC and CNN. No, they own CNN. Comcast owns NBC and MSNBC. Maybe it's time to do it. The left us to put pressure on their corporate. Parent company and say, hey, look, we want a free press. We're not asking for conservative spokespeople or a conservative. Opinions. We want people who at least attempt to be objective. Not this crap that's going on with this mob. That's the truth. And you would think that with with the threat of actual someone being killed? You would think that they might take some sort of action say, you know, what you just incited hatred out of a fictional story. You're fire has that happened. You would has anybody been fired over the BuzzFeed store? No one. I'm aware of no, no one. I'm aware of. All right. My friend. I agree with you. We're all very very frustrated about this. Let's go to Patrick Gardner Ville, Nevada on the Mark Levin app. Go have the hell. Are you? My dad. Very well. Thank you. I gotta tell you. I love you, man. Thank you you. You're the beacon of hope in my life. I I'm a committed and died in the war. But then I. I wanna thank you for two things. One. Got you Gad's both grand kids. Thank you. And. This is the plug for. I guess. Believe safe. But I got my SimpliSafe alarm, and it just rocks. It's great. I want people to know we've got it in on a property to. It's so easy to put in. It's actually fun. You control the whole thing. And it does rock and by the way, you protect your whole house. It's not just a doorbell anyway, go right ahead. The only thing left to do is get on the blaze TV. That's my third. That's my third. Try. I'll tell you what I'll give it to you. Tell you what don't hang up, Patrick, and I wanna still talk to Patrick, but don't hang up when we're done. We'll we'll give you a one year subscription. Go right ahead. I appreciate them are, you know, occasional Cortes, which I like to refer to her as.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"So could that ever be something that could that could be made into a movie as her question? I think you call that movie SIA say a confederate states of America. I I was just gonna say them. And and it's interesting because you know, that movie has people have been fired for kind of being in. I got I had the actor that was fired for being in the film. Wait what why? Well, you know, there was an actor that plays the bad guy in the film. Right. And and he worked for Time Warner it's crazy in Kansas City, and and he had been in other movies, not just my movies. And so they were celebrating. They were kind of honoring him at a an event in Kansas City. And and they showed clips from the movies. And they showed a clip from say and they went oh by God. And they thought he was a racist because of the role he was playing in his it's kind of an example of the corporate problem America. They knew is wrote Time Warner Time Warner was distributing the movie at the time. Okay. Told those guys he's he's he's an actor. You know, when you see Hannibal Lecter in those movies. He's actually not eating people. Wait white. Yeah. Yeah. He's actually just pretending to be accountable. Stop. And and but with terms when it comes to race people corporate America has a really hard time. They have a hard time explaining stuff that's terrible. And so when when it comes to corporate America, if it's a problem, they just get rid of you. They don't explain you. They just get rid of you. And so I've had schools that have had to apologize to the entire school for showing the film. You know, there was a school in New York City that spikes kids went to. They showed the film there and the principal had to apologize to the entire school for showing the school the movie has no sex. No violence, only American history in the movie, and you and people cannot handle it. And it lets you it's American history mixed with satire, and it's very cutting. I mean, oh, no, no. Because I mean, come on. There's there's a commercial with necklaces that are like low jacks for for slaves. You know that was one of the commercials. So, but the, but at the end of the film, you see only know an afterward that shows all those commercials were based on real product right that existed in American life, nigger hair cigarettes, nigger hair tobacco dark toothpaste Sambol. Axle grease made in Kansas City, by the way. All of these were northern products. Darkies toothpaste is still now sold in China as Darlie toothpastes black man to pace still a black Boone guy on the cover of it and Jemima uncle, Ben. You know, all those come from the legacy of slavery. Uncle means. He's a house slave aunt means. She was a house slave. So it's why are you mad at me? Why are you? Why are you? Why are you upset about this American history win? It's just another example of the confederate monuments that are we're surrounded by that. We've not come to terms with. And so that's that's the thing that that the movie kind of does that's upsetting to folks because it makes you have to reevaluate everything you've been taught that's the problem with the film. Now did that offense eighty body is that you have to be able to explain it to folks it's like it's like Huckleberry Finn people want to give the people want to the version of Huck Finn..

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"warner time warner" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"So could that ever be something that could that could be made into a movie as her question? I think you call that movie SIA say a confederate states of America. I I was just gonna say them. And and it's interesting because you know, that movie has people have been fired for kind of being in. I got I had the actor that was fired for being in the film. Wait what why? Well, you know, there was an actor that plays the bad guy in the film. Right. And and he worked for Time Warner it's crazy in Kansas City, and and he had been in other movies, not just my movies. And so they were celebrating. They were kind of honoring him at a an event in Kansas City. And and they showed clips from the movies. And they showed a clip from say and they went oh by God. And they thought he was a racist because of the role he was playing in his it's kind of an example of the corporate problem America. They knew is wrote Time Warner Time Warner was distributing the movie at the time. Okay. Told those guys he's he's he's an actor. You know, when you see Hannibal Lecter in those movies. He's actually not eating people. Wait white. Yeah. Yeah. He's actually just pretending to be accountable. Stop. And and but with terms when it comes to race people corporate America has a really hard time. They have a hard time explaining stuff that's terrible. And so when when it comes to corporate America, if it's a problem, they just get rid of you. They don't explain you. They just get rid of you. And so I've had schools that have had to apologize to the entire school for showing the film. You know, there was a school in New York City that spikes kids went to. They showed the film there and the principal had to apologize to the entire school for showing the school the movie has no sex. No violence, only American history in the movie, and you and people cannot handle it. And it lets you it's American history mixed with satire, and it's very cutting. I mean, oh, no, no. Because I mean, come on. There's there's a commercial with necklaces that are like low jacks for for slaves. You know that was one of the commercials. So, but the, but at the end of the film, you see only know an afterward that shows all those commercials were based on real product right that existed in American life, nigger hair cigarettes, nigger hair tobacco dark toothpaste Sambol. Axle grease made in Kansas City, by the way. All of these were northern products. Darkies toothpaste is still now sold in China as Darlie toothpastes black man to pace still a black Boone guy on the cover of it and Jemima uncle, Ben. You know, all those come from the legacy of slavery. Uncle means. He's a house slave aunt means. She was a house slave. So it's why are you mad at me? Why are you? Why are you? Why are you upset about this American history win? It's just another example of the confederate monuments that are we're surrounded by that. We've not come to terms with. And so that's that's the thing that that the movie kind of does that's upsetting to folks because it makes you have to reevaluate everything you've been taught that's the problem with the film. Now did that offense eighty body is that you have to be able to explain it to folks it's like it's like Huckleberry Finn people want to give the people want to the version of Huck Finn..

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"warner time warner" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Can find Sean lock's in a sock? You can find Sean Penn pretty easily. I don't know why he's still alive unless you're looking for his new TV show. It's on Hulu not a lot of people still. That's right. I was going to check it out. And then I thought that's on Hulu I like his documentary work lot better these days, it's own who speak in which these these new streaming and cable fucking wars that are going on do you notice? They ripped HBO off dish here. What the fuck? Yeah. It's just streaming our what no southern a carriage dispute. And again, we talked about this man, the more and more companies start buying shit like this in that AT and T merger. They owned Time Warner Time Warner owns HBO. So who does eighteen deal with direct TV because they own direct TV? So they went back and ask for more money from dish to put on HBO. And they said go fuck yourself, and they were like great. We don't we don't need you again HBO is streaming now. So it's just like who doesn't have a smart TV. Right or something like that. So they're like great fuck off. We don't I don't care if you're on the cable system, just get the smart TV skip the app blanked out that it really shocked like you're like who doesn't have a smart team. Down. Like, what do you mean? Everyone got to everyone's going to pretty much everyone's gonna fly or a device Roku fucking apple is something where it's just like. All right. I think so unplugging they're cutting the court. I don't know if they will come back to dish. But did they don't shoes? With this fucking AT and T merger. Man. I don't think people realize how many companies are now under that umbrella. It's just it's a fucking monopoly. Yeah. So I got my because I got the dish Bill, and I was like what was real light four dollars. Stop. We had to take off the HBO and the other ship because like boy think about it. It's HBO HBO Cinemax stars. It's four networks that are owned by HBO's. All over. You used to love that porn a miss that late nights. Soft porn, and that skin Amax a gal in her lingerie getting correct? Like people fucking in a cave. Dresses, caveman missionary. Straight mesh. I'm gonna miss that. I'm gonna I'm gonna miss that. Now. Them them. On it on it on it. That's the only type of comedy you can get from a mess. Two months. Boom comedy. So that's that's gone. But you're gonna start seeing more and more of that is what I'm saying in the future. So if you're out there in your whatever cable system, you're on like in this is this is gone. This channels missing whatever people are just going to stop carrying. And it's going to be like, hey, it's gonna force everybody into apps though. Apps, but what they're also doing. So like spectrum, for example, kept calling me about getting streaming through them stream stream would you like do? You know what I mean? And I'm like, yeah. To like, I just have internet through. So like I stream. Yeah. So what they're doing probably. Here's my guests. And what they were doing is they're slowing that down. So that you, but if you get the streaming service through them, then you can stream your Netflix and stuff really fast. You know what I'm saying bullshit? It's bullshit. But I'm saying that's the way that they're gonna feel like dish will provide streaming or something like that. And you're like, no, no, I don't think you understand Mary have streaming and I use your internet to do. So. So what he telling I it's the fucking worse, and that's going to keep happening to slam. We're district trying to figure out it really is like the changing of the guard, and there's trying to last fucking pennies any you're not paying for cable anymore. Doing and we need streaming and all your shit's going to be disrupted. And it's like, yeah, you're right, especially they're not gonna give up without of two kids. We've got relatives in for the holidays and all that shit. Like, people are watching Netflix and like nine different rooms. And yeah, yeah..

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"warner time warner" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"And like, I think it is worth acknowledging that he had the right idea and was terrible at it kind of. Right. I mean, like the problem the problem with the marvel I p for so long as it was I it was it was formed out to a bunch of different people who had no idea what to do with it. And they put together Shaadi Shaadi Shaadi stuff that there was nothing better. I mean, there was no better way to do. It a time. I don't think there were no distribution channel that could have done any better. I mean, he was inventing a mode of of IP mining and messy. This isn't this is very model because it is you know, I mean like people didn't really get good at this until I think it's fair to say Warner Brothers DC. Because I think Warner Brothers kind of looked at what was at Time Warner Time Warner Time Warner buddy and looked at what they had there. And they're like, okay, we can do things with this. And this is why you have, you know, the Batman logo on literally everything and the Batman and superman movies, you know, kind of how how good those were. I might my one by one real Stanley thought is that he. The thing. He did that is most important. I think in addition to all this was the the the kind of creation of this idea of comic book fans as a community. The bullpen bulletin. I think is his actual real lasting legacy in the the world of superheroes and comic books. I mean, granted I think even more important than any individual character was this idea that you you were giving people a glimpse into the world of the comic books and saying like here, the guys who make it, you know, we're all friends, and we're having a good time, and it's fun. And it's cool to like comics. You know, you can have a community you can have friends. You can we can we can we can be the real winners and the heroes here and it took a while. But I I don't think that you can look at the universe in which we live now and not say yet that was right. This can be thing that brings people together. And the read the Brian Michael Benda's comic obituary, nothing the New York Times. Is great the the the two panels that you that? Yes. Bitch wary nil be as a comic. Yeah. And it was like the three times he met Stanley. And he said the last time he met him. He asked Stanley if he what he thought of the marvel movies and Lee said, you know, I haven't seen them in years because my I can't see anything. He said I'm sitting here across from you at lunch Stanley asked bend to go to lunch, and he asked to meet him at cheesecake factory how greatest where did Stanley one lunch. I wanna go the cheesecake factory closed, and he said, you know, sitting across from me, you look like a pink blob with blue just couldn't say, I'm the last years are not by all reports what you would have hoped for for a guy like Stanley. There's a lot of there was a lot of fighting over money and family, drama and business partner drama elder abuse allegation. Stanley. He deserved better. He he did. I mean, he did he did spend the last twenty years of his life getting into bed with various huckster z- like internet companies trying to do digital comics and understand yet at all the other hand twenty years ago. He was seventy five. Oh my God twenty years ago. He was old as dirt. No, he lifted from other twenty years that I was thinking about this. When he did his cameo in mallrats like I was thinking in cow old with Stanley. He was in the seventies. Yeah. I mean, he must have been he must've been seventy one or seventy two because I was ninety four. So, and he'll very spry funny theme still out and about well, I guess. Did you feel like the pain of like a like an actual emotional pain at him dying? I well, I made me feel Super Bowl like to live in a world where Stanley's dead. I just thought like just wanting. He's been a fixture in my life. Dating to my earliest memories of the world around me. My first concrete memories age five. Yeah. Yeah..

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"warner time warner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Well, there is some weird stuff going on. We're going to get to the caravan. In conspiracy. With Tim Andrews who who Mans the conspiracy desk in a moment, but we have to address this. That's going on right now. So suspicious packages were sent to the Clintons. The obamas. The White House now CNN and New York has evacuated their building because of a suspicious package or device. And so it's there's one sent to the White House as well member. George Soros got a pipe bomb. Yeah. Yesterday, I believe so these are probably pipe bomb type things given the fact that one's gone to the White House. And who knows if they just haven't found anything congress yet? At first glance. It seems more anarchist then one side of the other. We'll find out, but it's kind of interesting is CNN has can you pull up? So the reporters are calling in from the street. They're calling into the DC bureau where wolf Blitzer is. And doing the reports out on the street being evacuated from their Bill to see what they're talking about. Yeah. It's very very disturbing development because as you as you guys point out there have been several suspicious packages delivered to George Soros, the the democratic of a billionaire who's been funding. A lot of these activities in the White House Democrats outside of New York City Chappaqua New York outside of New York City, the Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton in the White House suspicious package was discovered offsite. Similarly, the this this suspicious package delivered to the residents here in Washington DC, a former President Obama an site and a suspicious package addressed to the White House. Thank you. Intercepted at joint base bowling. I here in Washington DC, poppy how far away from Time Warner Time Warner center. See here's the thing. I hope everybody's safe is how much can you report on being outside of a building? This is like, hey, there's a fire drill to reporters outside. One thing is interesting. First of all, I decide I my guess is they'll probably going to take care of this. And nobody hurt I certainly hope no insert. But you know, it's interesting to me how different the reporters look when they're not in the studio lighting. Is that who is that they had that screen that they pulled down behind wolf there's no digital art going on behind him. So poppy Harlow have two phones to that's all I'm trying to what's that other people have burner. Fisher lovers burner. That was a joke. L need people coming after me? We have no say alleged studying. Jerry was a joke. Was farcical. Sorry. Poppy, you how many lawyers they have over there. I don't need that. Yeah. So they're just gonna keep on. Obviously, you think that over at Fox News. Somebody's like anybody smell anything. It's gotta be. Everybody's tuning into CNN. Something's gotta this is just pulled a fire alarm. All right. We will keep you up to date. That's where it stands now. Hey, by the way, I got a suspicious package. Kayla jeter. We'll talk about that later. Ooh, we will keep you up to date on that. And now it's time for this. Live.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on Upgrade

"Streaming only product in addition to the prime product now it's not priced dramatically differently but they i think it's i think apple could conceivably offer video service as a standalone and also offer a bundle the the standalone might not be a really great deal but they you know i think offering a bundle bundling without music a bare minimum something that they would absolutely do but i think again you know it's worth at least pondering what would happen if you had an apple prime essentially what would that be and this report says they would roll in that sort of like access to magazine content and apple music and this video service and then i guess my other question what else would be in there would they throw i cloud storage in there too would you know and i think i mean this seems to be right in apple's wheelhouse right like apple's all about kind of just extending all the way around shoe and peeing like yes you we all of the things and right now i get not a week goes by where i don't get a bill from apple in my email four something something because i'm paying right because i'm apple music and then here's a rental and then here's my cloud storage and and it used to be and then here's my wife's aycliffe storage but at least they now have the family plan for that so there's always another invoice coming and wouldn't that be a reasonable idea to to take a bunch of these digital services together an offer a you know maybe it's an all you can eat kind of approach but something like that to say look i'm all in on apple give me all the all the storage all the media subscriptions and if it throws in magazine subscriptions and apple news you know maybe even like newspaper access or something like that you could build a really interesting bundle there yeah it seems like an inevitability it would do it but again any any evidence of kind of thing that could suggest it anymore report just lends credence to this you know again like who knows whether this is leaked however this is spoken about amongst the people inside of hollywood right like as many times before it can be a bit difficult to try and assign west some of this stuff is coming from at and t of suggested that hey ch b o need to consider themselves to be more like netflix why is this at and t's responsibility to talk about so at bought warner time warner basically which doesn't include this is the best part of this time warner doesn't include time warner cable already separate doesn't include time magazine the magazines were already sold off to meredith a different publishing company who is intern selling all of the news publications and sports publications the non lifestyle publications to other buyers so that's all just kind of getting broken up it has nothing to do with those they bought the remaining pieces which are a bunch of cable networks tnt tbs they bought courtroom network is in there and then also the warner brothers studio so they've got they've got a studio well hbo was part of that too so at and t owns hbo now wait we didn't know that last week the last week the the siracusa family and the snow family not to give away too many little bits of personal information but it's passed now you you can't find us there we went to the harry potter studio experience outside london and it was a lot of fun but all the time i'm sitting thinking it's just more money for at and t now is it's just like i got my phone there he potter ticket it's all at and t now at and t owns warner brothers and eighteen owns hbo so new york times to the story where somebody recorded this company meeting where richard butler who's the head of hbo and we've seen him on stage at apple was there with his new at and t boss and you know the story is really interesting it's like what they really said to the employees which is in many ways contradictory to what they said when they announced the l which is like.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on WREK

"Democracy group free group press free press here he here takes he a critical takes a look critical at look what the at at what the and at t time and t warner time merger warner will merger mean for will consumers mean for consumers and the danger and the danger inherent inherent in the increasing in the increasing consolidation consolidation of media of media ownership ownership well this well is part this is part of of a new wave a new wave of of of media of consolidation media consolidation that really that really was triggered was triggered many years many ago years ago when when comcast comcast bought nbc bought nbc universal universal what we're seeing what we're seeing with comcast with comcast nbc nbc or now or seeing now at seeing and t at time and t warner time warner is is a merger a merger of different of different types of types media of companies media companies you have you have very large very distribution large distribution companies companies like comcast like comcast which has which has is the largest is cable the largest internet cable provider internet provider in the country in three the and country three at and an and t at is and not t far is behind not far in behind terms of their in terms internet of their services internet services they're they're they're buying they're up buying up content content properties properties nbc nbc universal universal has a number has of a television number of television and cable and stations cable stations movie production movie production studios studios and the like and the like the same the same is true is true with many with in many many regards in many with regards time warner with time which warner owns which hbo owns hbo and cnn and cnn so you have so distribution you have distribution companies companies taking over taking over content creation content creation companies content companies production content production companies companies and you creating and you creating what are called what are massive called massive vertically vertically integrated integrated media companies media companies that control that distribution control distribution as well as as creation well as creation of content of and content there are and a number there are of a reasons number of to reasons be concerned to be concerned about that about that primarily primarily one of the one of the concerns that concerns free press that has free press has is that is that these companies these companies now now that they control that they control distribution distribution v of our v high speed of our internet high speed internet and content and creation content creation have have have even have more even of more an inclination of an inclination to to prioritize prioritize information information over the internet over to the internet violate to violate what's called net what's neutrality called net neutrality the principle the principle that allows that allows internet users internet users to choose to choose what what they want to they watch want to and watch and and and and where they and wanted where to go they online wanted to go online that rule that was rule done away was done by away the by trump the administration trump administration and these and companies these are companies now merging are now in.

"warner time warner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on KOMO

"The my my birthday candles are going to have a hard time staying live under some showers and thunderstorms today in spots all the way up through the ohio valley and into the northeast and new england will see some showers and thunderstorms as a front comes through it's really one of the only rain chances that we have in the northeast all the way through the weekend we're looking at a really nice weekend for most of the northeast top to bottom which we haven't had so far this late spring early summer so we'll enjoy that all right and happy birthday thank you dean that's a look at america's weather here's the latest from the newsroom federal judge has green lighted the massive merger between at and t and time warner the justice department tried to block at and t's eighty five billion dollar buyout of tom warner time warner citing antitrust concerns and possible higher prices a top republican aide says the house will vote next week on to immigration bills this after gop moderates and conservatives failed to reach agreement on a compromise measure one bill will be strongly anti daca the other will offer citizenship to socalled dreamers who were brought to the us illegally when they were children the house will also vote on a series of bills aimed at fighting the country's growing opioid epidemic well tuesday's primaries saw republicans who oppose president trump go down to defeat in california a proposal that would break the golden state into three states got enough votes to put it on the november ballot fired fbi director deputy director rather andrew mccabe is taking the bureau and justice department to court for refusing to turn over documents related to his termination mccabe was fired just hours before his planned retirement last march the national safety council reports an average of thirty seven.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Clear there's no doubt that with that kind of clearing you now see a very aggressive bid from comcast and i think the main point to that anyone watching should be thinking about is comcast lost in two thousand and four they were embarrassed when they tried to bid for disney they lost in two thousand fifteen when the government rejected for regulatory reasons their acquisition of time warner cable comcast is not losing this time around they are in it they want to win and like they are not losing to disney here and so the question is how far to your question on disney how far is willing to go is this a must win for disney how far is robertson willing to go i think if you're angelique holder which full disclosure i am as a comcast employee what should i be worried about the brian's got brian's fifty eight years old i think he's thinking about how does he position comcast not just domestically but how does he position comcast globally right for the next thirty plus years there is no when you look at the potential assets here nothing look looks like fox so there you don't have any plan b so i think he's willing to go very far for fox why was planning as why did we wait for disney to make their bid before they came in that's puzzling why was comcast more aggressive after the fact that way i guy could say the same thing why did disney allow at and t to buy time warner time warner theoretically would have been a better acid for disney by i think there's been because disney's strategy i think in terms of getting it over the top and their distribution i think was unveiled on this makes natural sense it amped up their content but i think well first of all i'd say the biggest reason why this is all happening is look what's happened with netflix facebook and google i think these executives didn't see this coming i mean they were blindsided i mean netflix is now a bigger market cap than disney i mean they didn't see this type of secular behavioral change in consumers that we're seeing i mean see three ratings what everyone looks at for tv ratings for linear television were down twelve percent for the last season full season we lease numbers are just things are.

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AT&T, Justice Department await decision that could determine future of media

Morning Edition

01:33 min | 2 years ago

AT&T, Justice Department await decision that could determine future of media

"This is morning edition from npr news good morning i'm david green and i'm rachel martin today may mark the beginning of some big changes in the american media industry a federal judge will hand down his decision on whether at and t is free to take over time warner time warner owns warner brothers studios and numerous cable channels at and t provides broadband and telephone services and also owns direct tv the justice department opposes this deal steve inskeep talked with npr's david folkenflik about what's at stake so why would the justice department be opposed the justice department has said that it's too big too big is too much that consumers are gonna be throttled by the idea of these it's almost two halves of the same industry the people who create the content the people who funneled to you getting together it's too much problems with it they want to protect the consumer that's the argument trump made that claim on the campaign trail and he also at times seemed to tie it to his critique of cnn which of course is one of time warner's major properties so the implied not quite explicit shit but heavily implied threat is that trump didn't like cnn's coverage and therefore he was going to go after cnn's corporate parent because they had this vulnerability they wanted approval for this merger that's right now to be fair the head of his antitrust unit is widely respected by lawyers on both sides of this case in both sides of this issue but even though the judge barred discussion of trump's statements on this it looms over the entire case with that said there is this real question right i mean the question of cnn or hp our tnt getting into my house over an at and t broadband connection and is that too much power in one place that's the issue.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"No wrong accosted called him courageous brave strong for standing up on exactly the same issue the kardashian was standing up for yesterday with president trump prison reform here we go and here we go again this is going to be the big one the big one tbs and the show full frontal with samantha b miss be called ivanka trump a name that begins with c a four letter name that is often used in the obscene description of female genitalia he knows this is an awful word you know what word i'm talking about it it's the most degrading terrible thing you can call a female in my book that c word samantha b called ivanka trump affects lewis a feckless yeah here we go will she be fired will fullfrontal be cancelled we'll all of the people who work on that program be fired here comes the supreme test of the network media and that a level playing field the collective silence by the collective media and the the left is appalling time warner time warner must reach the same decision the disney and abc did if they don't then we know this his war every one of us every one of us would agree this comment carries much more vitriol much more power packed obscenity than roseanne's tweet this is going to be a big big story amongst us i say us because you know the socalled mainstream media is gonna push this story assigned they're not going to touch it with a ten foot pole she would as far she samantha b as telling he vodka trump to put on something low in seductive to speak to her father about a political issue so here is the sick inferring of some kind of terrible father daughter sexual relationship what are you gonna do about a time warner the c word and incest in the.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Companies in braver oligarchs in favor get the benefits those who aren't are imprisoned or prosecuted and you could it's the flip side of that and it's quite serious the bazo supposed connection this amazon issue it calls to mind at and t and time warner time warner of course cnn's barrett company time warner is in the process of being bought by at and t but the justice department under president trump is suing to block the deal we've been through about a week of the trial so far and this is going to go on for several more weeks and then we'll see what the judge decides the question all along has been whether president trump's disdain for cnn is somehow a factor in the government's lawsuit and i think that's the issue raising michael napster he's cloud government issues i'm sorry i'm saying it cast a cloud over what the government is trying to do as in the mccabe example where you know you had an i report that had findings about andrew mccabe we haven't seen it yet but the fact that the president himself was attacking on twitter the deputy director of the fbi raise questions about whether the decision to fire him was done for legitimate reasons based on the i g findings or was be as a result of pressure from the president so any step similarly with jeff bezos and amazon any step the board of governors of the postal service or congress seeks to duh.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"To look at just the consumption patterns and vina blockbusters have become not only a thing for the movie studios and the box office but it's also blood into the streaming wars and um and even the television networks are trying to respond obviously companies that stream things have a fair amount of our data they see what we watch what we like and that can be great as of your when you've got recommendation preferences but i'm wondering when you think about this from a corporate standpoint our companies more likely to create content that sort of scratches the itches they see from what viewers are streaming well that's the strategy of netflixing an amazon they have gobs of of consumer data they know what you watch when you watch it next year things going to be really interesting because we're going to see whether or not the government is going to allow a at least one big merger the at t consolidation of time warner time warner which owns hbo cnn tnt cartoon network warner brothers studio one of the reasons why at t wanted to buy time warner was because it wanted to better personalized advertising and sell advertising in a more efficient manner well what does that mean it means use a lot of this analytics that they get from your phone use what you're what what you're watching on your phone to sell advertising that is going to be more relevant to individual consumers so when you start seeing on your your phone in a dog food odds or you know maybe want this cost him for your dog or or some other more personal uh am i got it actually will i suspect that you have been privy to my data because those are the things hud.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Absolutely however what's really interesting is rather than given his children all of which compete for his attention and to add to work and his businesses while than handing them this massive business he's basically sold onto disney so from a family dynamics point of view i think nuts fascinating that he doesn't trust is children to run the business so genitally i agree with you entirely it is very fascinating stuff for talking more about the business dimension of you mentioned the at t deal to buy time warner time warner being the owner of cnn amongst other media outlets and judd up doesn't lie which trump is certainly does not like a he has tried to raise a red flag to that because of cnn and all it's fake news i'm doing inverted commas here but i just wonder if this deal being waved through makes it harder to stand in the way a of these at t c add time warner deal while i mean you have to remember that it at president trump doesn't play by the usual wolf all say to be fair they will have done a lot of ju diligence they would have gone through the wool books and said do we think this deal is likely to go through and even if there are some regulatory concerns normally they sell small bits of businesses to get it through if you look at the share price reaction of fox it would suggest the markets think this deal will go through there's a really interesting point on on a bloomberg why this morning so in a why has he sold you may spend his lifetime building this empire up and now he's dismantling it and apparently what triggered him was facebook bidding for the indian cricket writes he suddenly sees the emergence of these big tech giants with very large pockets encroaching into the entertainment world and he's east it looks like he has decided i don't have big enough.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of these most of the large internet service providers are owned by the media com conglomerates and most of the media conglomerates are in the eyes of many people the republican community uh uh the role and there were though so if you if you look at time warner time warner cable is who owns or nieto own cnn everybody's going oh well you know clearly so it's it's it kids be aware it it it this is not a liberal or conservative think this really is a plan a d i s peace charge you extra just to charge you extra young enough not give you any extra service basically chongkyu extra to not be grade jury internet service while so it's kind of like the old opting out you know you had ed they it's let me the different example years ago you use the example of of the talking about the kennedy being on the kennedy expressway or being on the autobahn okay this is being a like being on the kennedy expressway only they're going to make it a toll road depending on how far you want to go and they're not gonna give you any improvements no i think it's actually going to be like being on the kennedy expressed and insane if you're in the core in a ford you have to drive in the plo lanes hippie early mercedes i it it all right that's a good yeah yeah wow do consumers have any i mean do we have a voice do we have a way to say are we don't like this idea you know we've got a five fiveman panel this going to vote will it looks like a deserter it's one thing to say you're right to your colleague bernard congress person or call your congress person but now we have this fiveman panel uh how do we community them they actually a close the cupboard period with the sa you to try contact me near route with the members of the commission again to them we know are gone.

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"warner time warner" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

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"warner time warner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"warner time warner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Up to earth marie justice department has filed a lawsuit to block at and t's merger with time warner time warner on cnn lawsuits filed in federal court today in dc and it's according to the lawyers for time warner at t this is unusual to 85 billion dollar deal it's what the cult vertical merger asked so miles what that means idle the abetted says importantly they will have a huge media empire ride cnn warner others epo i mean they've they've to own just a a mammoth a monstrous size media company of the c o of randall stevenson the ceo of at t says that uh there's really nothing unusual to see here for example net flicks they distribute their content you over over one hundred million customers amazon's distributors content to its prime members that's estimated to be in excess of sixty million google on facebook they reach and distribute content to literally billions of customers and the government contends that at t with twentyfive million tv customers and turner with a single digits share of all media watched we'll have unlawful market power so it they're saying that even though this is a large conglomeration it doesn't it it pales by comparison in audience numbers and in terms of total reach right but there are as they be able to calm control what people watch and how they watch and so they'd had the delivery sign of it as well as well but it but comcast as that too right comcast owns nbc and out that said they're saying unload here there they said direct tv or turner which is cnn and then we would potentially be more puts then right but then but the question is why are you asking us to unload see an enemy at t brought that up today so before i hear this over the legal teams i do want to address the elephant in the room here there's been a lot of reporting is speculation whether this was all about see cnn and frankly but.

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