Syndie sales veteran Joe DiSalvo has been upped to senior VP and general sales manager for CBS' Eyemark Entertainment.
Kathy Ann Stumpe, co-executive producer of "Everybody Loves Raymond," has inked a six-figure development deal with Castle Rock Entertainment.
A big onetime contribution from Leo the Lion helped Time Warner turn a $120 million profit in the first quarter, it said Wednesday, compared with a $144 million loss a year earlier.
With the CBS/Writers Guild of America contract due to expire at midnight, negotiators for the two sides seem determined to continue talking until an agreement is reached or until it becomes clear…
Talk TV veteran Stuart Krasnow has been tapped showrunner for Martin Short's upcoming syndie talk-variety show from King World Prods.
In an effort to foster use of Sony Music's more than 200,000 tunes by film, TV and advertising execs, the conglom's online arm has bowed a new Web site to help speed up the song licensing process.
ABC has sliced its Saturday reality series "The Big Moment" from an hour to a half hour and pushed it back to 8:30 p.m., preceded by a 30-minute "America's Funniest Home Videos."
Cash-strapped Paxson Communications Corp. brought John F. DeLorenzo, a veteran television-station numbers man, back into the business Wednesday with the title of exec VP and chief financial officer.
Grunge rocker-turned-actress Courtney Love has moved into producing, teaming with music manager Janet Billig to form the Epitome Prods. banner.
Industry vet and former Geffen Records media and artist relations head Bryn Bridenthal has been named media czar at DreamWorks Records.
FROM MIP TVSBS, the hottest station group in Europe, used the Mip TV trade shop in Cannes on Wednesday to outline its powered-up corporate vision and programming strategy.