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President/COO, Turner Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media
: Cartoon Network Studios, Turner Studios, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim
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Stuart Snyder has stepped down as prexy-COO of Turner Broadcasting’s animation and kidvid unit. The move comes amid the other changes at the top of Turner ever since John Martin took the reins as…
David Levy, the long-serving supervisor of ad sales, affilate relations and sports programming at Time Warner’s Turner cable-network unit, is being upped to president in a move that brings an…
Turner Broadcasting has appointed Rob Sorcher exec vice prez and chief content officer of Cartoon network, and Mike Lazzo exec veep and creative director of Adult Swim. Pair will report to Stuart…
The documentary picks up the story of Alex Libby, who has become an anti-bullying crusader.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) has joined forces with Cartoon Network to help launch the net's next initiative of its anti-bullying campaign.
Digital opportunities were the talk of the MipJunior confab, with top-level U.S. and international players discussing new production models, cross-platform branding and revenue streams at the weekend…
"I very often think that you make the show you believe in, and that you must then trust it," says Mike Lazzo, senior exec veep of Adult Swim, the successful latenight programming block spawned by…
Net execs encourage innovation and demo-free thinking
Then Cartoon Network prexy Stuart Snyder delivers his keynote address at Mipcom Jr., he'll have plenty of numbers to show just how much the business has changed in the past 20 years.
Variety's sixth annual Power of Youth event on Saturday was hot -- both figuratively and literally.
Draw a big yellow sun and bask in it. Cartoon Network is the No. 1 network for boys 6-11. The shocker: one of the cabler's big success stories isn't even animated.