According to The New York Times, the former CNN President and Discovery CEO have not been in touch since Zucker left CNN in early February.
“Inside CNN, executives think the launch has been successful. Discovery executives disagree,” Axios’ media reporter Sara Fischer wrote.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey at a theater on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., Zaslav dived into questions regarding the future of CNN.
A source said the attitude among the D.C. bureau was optimistic that the sit-down with Zaslav would go better than last month’s meeting with former WarnerMedia...
David Zaslav called CNN “leaders in news to the left” during an interview on CNBC.
"One aspect of the deal of particular interest to sports fans is streaming rights."
The PGA Tour creating events overseas opens a whole bunch of potential options for the tour in the future.
The news media outlet reportedly won't rely on its on-air programming for content. Instead, they plan on producing new programming, including live shows and long-form documentaries.
WarnerMedia made waves after announcing their merger with Discovery, but ViacomCBS isn't flinching.
DraftKings tried to acquire Bleacher Report last year.