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Meg James

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Meg James is a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering the business of television and advertising. She has been a member of the Company Town team for more than a decade. She previously wrote for the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post. A native of Wyoming, she is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Columbia University.

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  • HBO chief says emails were not compromised in cyberattack

    HBO chief says emails were not compromised in cyberattack

    HBO is still trying to figure out the extent of the cyberattack on its computer systems — but so far there is no evidence that employees’ emails were stolen, the company’s top executive told staff. “At this time, we do not believe that our e-mail system as a whole has been compromised, but the...

  • 'Wonder Woman' gives Time Warner earnings a boost

    'Wonder Woman' gives Time Warner earnings a boost

    “Wonder Woman” proved its mettle once again, boosting media company Time Warner Inc.’s earnings with its better-than-expected box-office performance. Time Warner’s second-quarter earnings, released early Wednesday, also benefited from increased subscriptions for the company’s premium television...

  • Discovery to acquire Scripps Networks in $11.9-billion deal

    Discovery to acquire Scripps Networks in $11.9-billion deal

    Discovery Communications carved a lucrative niche in television with “Deadliest Catch,” “Shark Week” and other shows that portray survival in the wilds. On Monday, the cable programming company made a predatory strike to ensure its own survival. Discovery announced its $11.9-billion cash-and-stock...

  • Charter shoots down the idea of acquiring Sprint

    Charter shoots down the idea of acquiring Sprint

    Cable television giant Charter Communications Inc. shot down the prospect of a merger with Sprint, despite interest by the wireless phone operator’s parent, SoftBank Group Corp. of Japan, to create a mammoth new telecommunications company in the U.S. “While we understand why a deal is attractive...

  • Trump's controversial remarks to Boy Scouts follow invitation from AT&T's Stephenson

    Trump's controversial remarks to Boy Scouts follow invitation from AT&T's Stephenson

    AT&T Chairman and Chief Executive Randall Stephenson found himself in uncomfortable territory after President Trump’s appearance before thousands of Boy Scouts on Monday turned into a political rally with Trump boisterously bashing his rivals. Stephenson, a former Scout who serves as president...

  • Sony Pictures picks a new television team

    Sony Pictures picks a new television team

    Sony Pictures Entertainment on Monday named new leaders for its U.S.-based television operations, elevating three longtime executives to serve in a newly created office overseeing television production and programming. Veteran business affairs executive Jeff Frost was tapped to lead the team as...

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