“We are a company on the move,” says the Discovery CEO, promising 5,000 hours of linear and “hundreds” of exclusive streaming content including a first responder documentary from Jon Stewart.
After months of six feet apart — or remote broadcast — TV morning anchors are finally able to sit side-by-side again.
Fox’s presentation took digs at streaming competitors HBO Max, and Peacock, while NBCUniversal vowed to make Peacock a “destination.”
Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of Paris Vogue, is on her way out the door, sources say.
The duo, who first worked together more than four decades ago, are now coeditors at Air Mail.
Both groups are tightening operations, and thinking more globally, with hundreds of jobs said to be at risk.
The HFPA’s inexplicable 18-month timeline made a 2022 awards telecast untenable, say industry vets.
Ive, formerly chief design officer of Apple, told graduates at California College of the Arts to prioritize ideas, not opinions, during a short, stylish film produced by Knight’s ShowStudio.
Future already owns Marie Claire U.K.
Sally Buzbee, who begins her new position on June 1, joins from The Associated Press.
He had previously worked for Bottega Veneta, Hugo Boss and Giorgio Armani in Italy.
Sharma joins from Group Nine-owned NowThis, where she has held a number of senior editorial roles.
The honorees spoke about raising kids with resilience and making the workplace more equitable for working mothers.
A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.