WndrCo, Jeffrey Katzenberg’s mobile-entertainment holding company, has made one of its first investments: It’s taken a stake in TYT Network, one of the top online-video political news networks. 263 more words
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When Jeffrey Katzenberg touched down in Sun Valley, Idaho, last week, it extended a streak of appearances at the annual conference going back more than 30 years, nearly to the time Allen & Co. 3,626 more words
Media barons and elite investors are charting a course for Sun Valley, Idaho, July 11 for Allen & Co.’s annual mountainside summit. Dubbed “summer camp for billionaires,” the invitation-only event is an opportunity for the 1% to talk shop and rap about the state of global business, while ditching their power suits for a uniform of blue jeans and fleece vests. 789 more words
In Cannes to talk up his latest venture, WndrCo, Jeffrey Katzenberg says he’s found “a brand new Everest.” The company is getting into what he’s so far terming “New TV” destined for mobile devices in the form of shows with full story arcs, but limited to 6-10 minutes per episode. 828 more words
The progression of personalities through the various mediums has been an ongoing subject of interest on this blog. People, Intelligence assets it appears, or perhaps just members of privileged bloodlines, are given an assignment, for instance, to be a musician. 2,948 more words
The Simon Wiesenthal Center bestowed its highest honor — the Humanitarian Award — upon NBCUniversal vice chairman Ron Meyer Wednesday night.
Meyer was honored for his commitment to the human rights organization and its Museum of Tolerance at the Center’s annual tribute dinner. 650 more words
Jeffrey Katzenberg says he feels like he’s in his 20s again — starting a brand-new venture, WndrCo, built around media and technology.
The co-founder and former CEO of DreamWorks Animation, speaking at an event Thursday in New York hosted by Hearst, said it’s actually the sixth time he’s started over in his career, citing his CV at Paramount, Walt Disney Studios, DreamWorks SKG and DWA. 1,069 more words