Jeffrey Katzenberg
Courtesy of Quibi
United States



Founder / Chairman

With over 40 years in the biz, Katzenberg believes he’s onto the next big disruption. He’s chairman of Quibi — short for “Quick Bites” — a subscription short-form mobile TV startup that has raised $1 billion from studios, tech companies, VCs and WndrCo, Katzenberg’s separate holding company and investment vehicle. After tapping tech veteran Meg Whitman as CEO, Katzenberg is drawing on his wealth of Hollywood experience and connections to get it off the ground in 2020. His company has been inking programming deals with A-list talent, including Kiefer Sutherland in a remake of “The Fugitive” and Sophie Turner in her first role post “Game of Thrones.” Quibi is Katzenberg’s first big project since selling DreamWorks Animation SKG to Comcast for $3.8 billion in 2016.


  • DreamWorks Animation SKG
  • The Walt Disney Studios
  • WndrCo
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Jeffrey Katzenberg's Quibi Picks T-Mobile as Wireless Launch Partner

Jeffrey Katzenberg's Quibi Picks T-Mobile as Wireless Launch Partner

Quibi, the short-form mobile TV service founded by Jeffrey Katzenberg, announced a pact with T-Mobile to be the official telecommunications partner for its April 2020 launch.T-Mobile will be the exclusive wireless distributor when Quibi launches next spring. However, the arrangement doesn't mean only T-Mobile customers will be able to subscribe to Quibi: Anyone will be able to sign up for Quibi, regardless of their carrier.Headed by Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman, Quibi plans to launch its service April 6, 2020,...


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