- A new round of layoffs are due to hit WarnerMedia Entertainment’s marketing and international sales teams starting early next year, the company confirmed to Business Insider.
- The entertainment company disclosed the job cuts, which will affect more than two dozen non-union positions, in two New York State filings published in November.
- The layoffs are the latest to hit WarnerMedia since it was acquired by AT&T in 2018.
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AT&T’s WarnerMedia Entertainment — which includes HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros. — plans to cut more than two dozen marketing and international sales jobs in New York next read more >>>