Tags » Jeffrey Katzenberg

Jeffrey Katzenberg To DWA Staff: "The Best Days Lie Ahead"

In the wake of this morning’s news that Comcast made a deal to pay $3.8 billion for DreamWorks Animation, DWA CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg addressed his troops at the company’s Glendale offices. 295 more words

Breaking News

Jeffrey Katzenberg Tells Staff: DreamWorks Animation Has Found 'Best Possible Home'

DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg reassured staffers Thursday that the best days were ahead of the company behind “Shrek” and “Madagascar” following news that Comcast’s NBCUniversal has a deal in place to acquire the studio. 411 more words


Why Did Comcast Buy DreamWorks Animation? Because It Can

The most powerful executive in Hollywood lives in Philadelphia, it seems. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts strengthened that case today by agreeing to pay $3.8 billion to add DreamWorks Animation to his NBCUniversal operation… 1,106 more words


Dreamworks Animation Purchased by Comcast-NBCUniversal

Dreamworks is no longer an independent animation company.

One of the most prominent animation studios of the 21st century, it was announced today that the Jeffrey Katzenberg-headed production company would be purchased by cable conglomerate Comcast for approximately $3.8 billion, roughly equalling $41 per share. 536 more words


Comcast Acquires DreamWorks In A $3.8 Billion Deal To Bolster NBCUniversal's Animated Empire

In a move that will presumably help NBCUniversal score even more money from parents with screaming children, DreamWorks Animation has been acquired by Comcast in a deal worth $3.8 billion. 439 more words


DreamWorks Animation Purchased In $3.8B Deal

GLENDALE (CBSLA.com) — DreamWorks Animation was acquired by NBCUniversal, a division of cable giant Comcast Corp., in a deal valued at $3.8 billion, the company announced Thursday. 242 more words


Comcast Confirms It's Buying DreamWorks Animation

A day after declining to discuss deal “rumors or speculation,” Comcast on Thursday confirmed reports that it is buying DreamWorks Animation in a deal that values the animation studio at $3.8 billion. 415 more words