Jeffrey Bewkes — American Businessman born on May 25, 1952,

Jeffrey Lawrence Bewkes is an American media mogul. He has been CEO of Time Warner since January 1, 2008, President since December 2005, and Chairman of the Board since January 1, 2009... (wikipedia)

Tablets generally have made it pretty obvious that magazines have a new lease on life.
The reason people talk about cable cutting is they imagine the price burden will get so high that people won't be able to pay it. They're missing something: that the actual price of the electronic package is going down. They've got their Internet, phone, TV, all of it. Now people are using more and more stuff for less.
People try to read a lot into what 'digital' means. It's just another platform. There are very attractive things that happen if you invest in content - movies, TV production, acquired series, specialty genres, digital distribution of our magazines, sports rights.
I think Apple is a great device company.
You buy a movie, you should get it anywhere you want it. You pay for a network, you should have that anywhere you want. Same thing with a magazine.