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TV scribe Ann Marcus ("Lassie") was named Tuesday as a new recipient of the Morgan Cox Award, the Writers Guild of America's annual honor for exemplary service to the Guild.
International luxury goods group LVMH and investment firm Europ@web will make a strategic investment of $122 million in Oxygen Media. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton will take a minority stake in…
Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution has upped Jose Abad to managing director for Spain and Portugal.
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Giovanni Minoli, a 27-year veteran of pubcaster RAI, soon will be appointed as general director of Stream, the digital pay TV platform controlled by Rupert Murdoch, Italy's telco giant Telecom Italia…
CNN has promoted Gary Tuchman to national correspondent and Kate Snow to general assignment reporter.
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WCVB-TV anchor team and real-life husband and wife Chet Curtis and Natalie Jacobson announced that they were separating, generating a flood of front-page stories and even coverage on rival TV…
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