In a colorful rant aimed at the media executives gathering in Sun Valley this week for Allen & Co.’s annual mogulfest, media analyst Rich Greenfield of BTIG blasted the current state of TV Everywhere — the five-year-old concept introduced by Time Warner that was supposed to save the media ecosystem as we know it.
With media moguls gathering this week at Allen & Co.’s annual media conference in Idaho’s Sun Valley, all eyes will be on 21st Century Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch, who reportedly is looking to purchase a big content company. One of the companies at the center of this speculation? Time Warner.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DIRECTV mega-mergers, and the potential for more deals among entertainment’s biggest companies, are likely to fuel the conversation among the media moguls meeting this week at invest ment bank Allen & Co.’s annual conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. WSJ subscribers can read the full story here.