Jeffrey Katzenberg

Producer, former head of Walt Disney Studios, co-founder of DreamWorks, co-founder of Quibi

Producer, former head of Walt Disney Studios, co-founder of DreamWorks, co-founder of Quibi

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Just six months after its launch, Quibi will soon be no more. The streaming service announced it will shut down and take its content online on Dec. 1 .

Revisiting perennial gambler Jeffrey Katzenberg’s interview on the Quibi launch

Just six months after its launch, Quibi will soon be no more. The streaming service announced it will shut down and take its content online on Dec. 1 .

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Jeffrey Katzenberg is nothing if not determined.

Eternal optimist Jeffrey Katzenberg on launching Quibi during a pandemic

Jeffrey Katzenberg is nothing if not determined.

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