HBO chief Richard Plepler is leaving the company amid AT&T restructuring

HB & CEO Richard Plepler has been in the company for 27 years with extensive restructuring at AT & T, the parent company, and has been CEO since 2013.

Plepler, launched in Time Warner in 1992, is a notable industry guru that has led HBO's biggest success. He was one of the most popular hit shows, including Game of Thrones and HBO built an alternative to HBO Go streaming platform and direct consumer HBO Now. Netflix, Amazon and other competitors, helping to maintain network quality while maintaining network reputation.

Obviously, HBO did not change fast enough. According to reports, HBO, which is part of WarnerMedia's new strategy, is a major part of AT & T's assets merged with Time Warner last year, but the Department of Justice did not cancel the appeal earlier this week. According to Variety Warner Media CEO John Stankey quotes former NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt as saying that HBO and Turner, the owner of CNN, And will oversee new streaming services.

However, it is not surprising that AT & T executives mentioned last year's time warner merger. Stankey, who is now the chief media officer at mega-corporation and who has banned Plepler and Levy, made a bold statement about the direction HBO needed when talking to employees last year. The New York Times . Using a unique metaphor, Stankey said HBO should "give birth" to switch to a network that offers a much more diverse range of entertainment that can compete better with Netflix.

"You will be working hard, and next year my wife will hate it when I say this – I feel a baby." Stankey told HBO employees that she was not excited about the statement, According to The Times Plepler interrupted Stankey to point out that Stankey made a profit on HBO, not just enough. "

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