The Skinny

The Warner Bros. Discovery merger has been filled with big changes, and that continued as Nancy Daniels and Jane Latman exited the company as part of the latest bit of restructuring. The moves come as pressure mounts on WBD CEO David Zaslav to steady the ship following subpar financial results in recent quarters, but Zaslav isn’t the only one trying to instill efficiency in his company’s operations. Political campaigns are looking for the best cost-effective ways to reach voters via advertising. However, with more eyes going to OTT and CTV platforms, the question now surrounds whether those platforms have the inventory to meet budgets.

Daniels, Latman Out as WBD Looks to Streamline
If anyone thought there were untouchables at Warner Bros. Discovery, Friday’s news that Discovery linchpins Nancy Daniels and Jane Latman were out in the latest restructuring served as an unwritten memo: nobody’s job is assured. Read More »
Linear Still Best Destination for Midterm Ad Buys
There’s a lot of talk about the advertising industry moving away from the linear business and going toward connected TV and the like, but the inventory isn’t quite there yet to support pivotal moments like the 2022 midterm elections. Read More »
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Executive Round Up: Being the Only Woman in the Room
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