Fb2 To the End of Time: The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire ePub
by Richard M. Clurman
|Category:||Biography and History|
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Author:||Richard M. Clurman|
|Publisher:||Touchstone Books (June 1, 1993)|
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Richard Clurman even with strong ties to Time provided a fairly objective view of both sides although it was clear that he was more familiar with the Time side and to be fair his thesis was the impact on Time.
Richard Clurman even with strong ties to Time provided a fairly objective view of both sides although it was clear that he was more familiar with the Time side and to be fair his thesis was the impact on Time. Connie Bruck's "Master of The Game" is a good book to get the opposite perspective from the Warner side. At the time the book was written the author could not know if the merger would be successful and in fact at that time Wall Street had a very unfavorable opinion.
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Today, Time Warner is the biggest media conglomerate ever. Dick Clurman tells how what happened when the movie men of Warner invaded the once-mighty Time magazine empire. No single company has ever held such powerful sway over the world's hearts and minds.
Clurman (a former Time insider) leaves little doubt that his erstwhile employer got the worst of the deal that created the world's largest media conglomerate. Drawing on personal contacts, documentary material, and allied sources, he recounts how the magazine/cable-TV empire floundered during the go-go 1980's. The frustrated Time brass proved no match for Steve Ross, a silky-smooth article who ran Warner's show-biz domain as if it were a personal fiefdom. TO THE END OF TIME: The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire.
richard clurman, to the end of time : the seduction and conquest of a media empire 30-31 (1991). Time had to be per-ceived as the surviving company, the flagship of the media empire;26. 19. ld. at 15. 20. Roger Cohen, A Divorce in the Execttlive Suite, .
To The End of Time The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire By Richard M. Clurman 368 pages. Still, no one is going to confuse "To the End of Time" with one of those authorized company histories that go around chucking everyone under the chin
To The End of Time The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire By Richard M. Simon & Schuster. Still, no one is going to confuse "To the End of Time" with one of those authorized company histories that go around chucking everyone under the chin.
Clurman exposes the self-serving Time, Inc. team who were dazzled by Warner's Steve Ross'. The Beginning of Really Big Media. com User, April 7, 2009. To the End of Time" is about the merger between Time Inc and Warner Communications during the eighties written primarily from the Time Inc. perspective. Richard Clurman worked for Time for over twenty years so has a lot of inside knowledge of the company, people and history.
The media business is an unusual combination of the cultural and the commercial. Commercially, for example, Clurman-like many journalists who usually write about politics-tends to treat companies as countries, or empires. This is natural and even dramatically appealing.