Leon Lazaroff

Leon Lazaroff has been with TheStreet since March 2013 as an editor, media industry reporter and political writer. Prior to joining TheStreet, Leon was a reporter at Bloomberg News on its media and emerging markets teams, a national correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and through much of the 1990s a foreign correspondent reporting from Mexico and Spain with the Associated Press and other outlets. Leon completed the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University in 2002, earning a masters degree in journalism, and a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Wisconsin long before its basketball team was any good.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Netflix Prods HBO to Go 'Binge-First' With New Seasons of Original Shows

Netflix Prods HBO to Go 'Binge-First' With New Seasons of Original Shows

Binge-watching has become an integral part of modern TV viewing, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is taking every opportunity to remind viewers that it's not offered on Time Warner's HBO.

Netflix Is Master of Its Domain, Nabs Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars' Series

Netflix Is Master of Its Domain, Nabs Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars' Series

Sony's Crackle says 'I'm out' as Netflix announces a deal reportedly worth as much as $100 million for the comedian's popular online show.

Netflix Earnings Live Blog

Netflix Earnings Live Blog

TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa and Leon Lazaroff dig into Netflix's much fourth-quarter earnings report and investor's call.

AT&T Dumping Time Warner's CNN Would Be a Very Stupid Move

AT&T Dumping Time Warner's CNN Would Be a Very Stupid Move

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson brushed off comments that it might have to consider selling CNN to get President-elect Donald Trump's approval for his company's $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner.

Netflix Poised for Growth Amid Speculation of an Elusive Blockbuster Deal By Disney or Apple

Netflix Poised for Growth Amid Speculation of an Elusive Blockbuster Deal By Disney or Apple

For the fourth quarter, Netflix is expected to have added roughly 5.1 million new net subscribers worldwide, a solid number even though investors would rather talk about a buyout.