CBS continued on its recent Web site buying spree by cutting a deal to purchase a 40% stake in Women's Consumer Network in exchange for $50 million worth of advertising and promotion over a five-year…
Just prior to next year's Oscars, Yahoo! Internet Life magazine will host its first Online Film Festival March 22-23 in Los Angeles.
Cablevision Systems, the sixth biggest cable company, is looking to sell, swap or form a partnership for all of its non-New York area cable systems -- systems that could be worth as much as $3.5…
NBC exec VP Tom Rogers, the architect of NBC's cable and Internet strategies, has been named chairman and CEO of Primedia, the publisher of New York, Seventeen and Modern Bride.
With much of the marketing success of "The Blair Witch Project" attributed to its use of the Internet, movie studios are now more than ever looking for effective ways to utilize the Web.
Fox Sports Net South lost its first legal battle to keep Turner Broadcasting System's new web Turner South from televising pro sports games, but Fox Sports will continue its fight against Turner.
In one of the shortest network to cable deals ever, ABC's new Tuesday night drama "Once and Again" will get a rerun just three days later on cabler Lifetime. The deal, which includes provisions that…
The Canadian-based cable webs Newsworld and Trio have signed affiliate deals with cable giant AT&T Broadband & Internet Services.
Robert Johnson, chairman and CEO of BET Holdings, is proposing to take an equity stake in the UPN Network in exchange for the right to play some of UPN's sitcoms on the BET Network a week or two…
Susan M. Bunda has been named VP of CNN/U.S., reporting to CNN/U.S. prexy Richard Kaplan.
The ABC TV network has tapped Discovery Communications marketing guru Chris Moseley exec VP of marketing (Daily Variety, Sept. 15).
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