Joe Flint

Wall Street Journal

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Staff writer for the Wall Street Journal; former media and entertainment reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Joe Flint on KCRW

AT&T acquired HBO’s parent company in June. It was part of an $85 billion deal between AT&T and Time Warner. Now AT&T is starting to make major changes.

The future of prestige programming at HBO

AT&T acquired HBO’s parent company in June. It was part of an $85 billion deal between AT&T and Time Warner. Now AT&T is starting to make major changes.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

All over Southern California, formerly sleepy neighborhoods are now crowded with traffic — all because the smartphone app Waze has become so popular with desperate commuters.

A Crackdown on your Favorite Waze Shortcut?

All over Southern California, formerly sleepy neighborhoods are now crowded with traffic — all because the smartphone app Waze has become so popular with desperate commuters.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Major League Baseball means Big Money: In the next 25 years, the Dodgers will get more than $8 billion from Time-Warner Cable. But it only serves 30% of the LA market.

Is Time-Warner Cable Monopolizing the Dodgers?

Major League Baseball means Big Money: In the next 25 years, the Dodgers will get more than $8 billion from Time-Warner Cable. But it only serves 30% of the LA market.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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