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Now that Warner Bros. TV Group president Bruce Rosenblum has been passed over for the CEO job, the question is whether he will remain at the studio.
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Warner Bros. has orchestrated another blockbuster off-network sitcom sale, setting a new record price for its pact with TBS for "2 Broke Girls."
Netflix will license previous seasons of ABC Family drama series "The Lying Game" and "Pretty Little Liars" from Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has sold off-net rights to ABC sitcom "The Middle" to ABC Family and a broad range of TV station groups, the studio announced Tuesday.
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Tribune Broadcasting has locked up the syndie rights to "Two and a Half Men" through 2021.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper will attempt to succeed where many have failed, launching a new syndie daytime yakker in fall 2011.
Netflix grabbed the TV biz's attention on Thursday with a deal that signals the company is open for business in the off-network syndication market in a way that could be particularly appealing to…
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has tapped HBO exec Tom Cerio to oversee its cable team.
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has established a unified marketing structure for cable and broadcast and has promoted Susan Kantor to oversee it.