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It was the emerging platform of the "Mad Men" era. Its growth fueled innovations in programming and advertising that helped ease the stranglehold the Big Three networks had on the national TV biz at…
Rosie O'Donnell is heading to the new Oprah Winfrey Network.
Warner Bros. has tapped its top Thundercat. Vidgame vet Jerry O'Flaherty will helm the studio's CG-animated "Thundercats" feature, based on the popular '80s cartoon series, comicbook and toy line.
It's Thundercats, ho! at Warner Bros. Studio has optioned a script by tyro scribe Paul Sopocy to turn the popular 1980s animated series and toy line into a CGI-animated feature.
One day in 1979, Dick Robertson strode from 30 Rock to his hotel in midtown Manhattan, passing along the way a jewelry store on East 48th Street. So pumped was the syndie salesman that he forked out…
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has taken the first step toward harvesting a smashing $3 million per episode from "Two & a Half Men" by selling rerun rights to the Tribune Broadcasting TV…
Telepictures Prods. president Jim Paratore has been named to the additional post of exec VP of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures Distribution.
The corridors of the NATPE confab resonated with the belly-aching of TV distributors, frustrated by the no-show of a number of TV station execs who traditionally come to buy their shows.
Rick Meril and Bill Marcus have been named senior VPs of sales for Warner Bros. domestic TV distribution and telepictures distribution, respectively.
When "Seinfeld" wraps its life in syndication, it will have earned a staggering $2 billion -- clearly a figure not likely to be topped.
"People's Court," the granddaddy of court shows and the series that changed the face of firstrun syndication when it was introduced 12 years ago, will cease production at the end of this season.