Following the exit of prez and CEO Bruce Gersh last summer, Fishbowl Worldwide Media has begun to bolster its exec ranks with the hiring of Emily Mayer and Winston Cutshall. Mayer will serve as…
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Bruce Gersh, prez and CEO of FishBowl Worldwide Media, is departing the company he founded with Vin Di Bona in 2010. Di Bona will remain the sole financier of the company. “Working with Bruce has…
VH1 has appointed Susan Levison to lead its programming division. As exec veep of original programming and production for the Viacom cabler, Levison will oversee teams on both the East and West…
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After the rebooted version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” secured solid ratings for the net, the CW has invested in a second season of the improv comedy show, ordering 24 new halfhour episodes. "It's…
Ron Hayes has been upped to exec veep of on-air marketing and video creative for NBC Entertainment. Hayes has been with the Peacock since 1990.
FishBowl Worldwide Media may own more footage of dogs running on treadmills, babies tumbling into their first birthday cakes and people falling and slipping than any company in the world. And they…
TruTV has ordered a pilot featuring former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal that will center around viral video clips, while also developing a new project from Howie Mandel.
Warner Home Video has upped Rosemary Markson to senior veep of TV and special interest marketing. She joined the division in 1998 and was previously VP.
"America's Funniest Home Videos" has found a second life online in altered form.
Fox has ordered two comedy scripts from FishBowl Worldwide Media, a shingle that counts "America's Funniest Home Videos" creator Vin Di Bona and Disney veteran Bruce Gersh among its principals.
Internet giant Yahoo has announced a lineup of eight new web show targeting women as it ramps up original programming -- brings total output to 26 shows either on the network or in production…