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LONDON — John K. Billock has been tapped as chairman of broadcast network Central European Media Enterprises. Gerhard Zeiler, Iris Knobloch and Doug Shapiro have joined the board. CME, which is…
LONDON — Richard Desmond, the owner of U.K. free-to-air channel Channel 5, has asked advisers to look into the possible sale of the network, which could raise more than £700 million ($1.16 billion)…
Veteran broadcaster Marcopoto prepares to stand down after heavy job cuts, promises string of deals in his last months.
After a dozen years at the helm, Phil Kent will step down from his post as CEO of Turner Broadcasting in January and will be succeeded by Time Warner chief financial and administrative officer John…
Turner Broadcasting System has tapped Disney executive Giorgio Stock to run its European business.
Turner Broadcasting System Intl. is cutting around 250 jobs, 30% of its staffers, as it restructures its business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Turner Broadcasting System is poised to turbo-charge its growth overseas now that it has recruited Gerhard Zeiler, one of Europe's most prominent media execs, to lead its international wing.
NATPE has pegged Dick Ebersol, Mary Hart, Regis Philbin and Gerhard Zeiler to receive the eighth annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award at its 2011 conference.
Citing strong business from TV operations in Germany and France as well as production activity in the U.K., RTL Group again achieved a record half-year result, with net profit up 5% to Euros 296…
The local industry may have been concentrating on the bustling Berlinale last week, but it couldn't ignore the loud seismic rumblings emanating from Germany's TV market.