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“We’re in the middle of a pandemic. I can’t wave that away. But in terms of how we’re trying to approach this financially and economically with the folks that we partner with, we are endeavoring to be generous at every turn.”

 

–WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar, acknowledging that he did not reach out to many key creative partners for the studio until after its announcement about releasing new movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max.

 

Read the new DEG Q&A and get to know Jeremy Settle, Rebecca Heap, Chris Reynolds, Ron Geller, Danny Fisher, Lucas Bertrand, Pedro Gutierrez, Ricardo Solar, Dan Goman, Dan Cohen, Darcy Antonellis, Debbie Neveu and Alisa Joseph.

Tenet from Warner Bros. takes the top spot of  DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 for the week ended January 16, 2021.

Don’t Miss

2020 YEAR-END REPORT: THE STATE OF
THE DIGITAL MEDIA INDUSTRY

Live Online | Including Press
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 

CANON CLUB SALON WITH SARA DEWITT, PBS KIDS DIGITAL

Live Online
Tuesday, February 9, 2021

DEG TECHNOLOGY & OPERATIONS AWARDS

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Thursday, March 11, 2021

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“WE’RE IN THE MIDDLE OF A PANDEMIC. I CAN’T WAVE THAT AWAY. BUT IN TERMS OF HOW WE’RE TRYING TO APPROACH THIS FINANCIALLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE FOLKS THAT WE PARTNER WITH, WE ARE ENDEAVORING TO BE GENEROUS AT EVERY TURN.”

 

–WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar, acknowledging that he did not reach out to many key creative partners for the studio until after its announcement about releasing new movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. [Variety]

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Read the new DEG Q&A and get to know Jeremy Settle, Rebecca Heap, Chris Reynolds, Ron Geller, Danny Fisher, Lucas Bertrand, Pedro Gutierrez, Ricardo Solar, Dan Goman, Dan Cohen, Darcy Antonellis, Debbie Neveu and Alisa Joseph.

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Tenet from Warner Bros. takes the top spot of  DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 for the week ended January 16, 2021.