FremantleMedia North America has named Christine Shaw senior veep of communications and marketing.
As the maker of wholesome, all-American products like Tide, Crest and Pampers, Procter & Gamble has never been one for sponsoring bawdy talk. But the company isn’t above a little potty humor. When…
The Lippin Group has promoted Donald "Don" Ciaramella to president of corporate communications, a newly-created position, the PR firm announced today. Ciaramella previously served as exec veep of…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has tapped crisis PR pro Charles Sipkins as its new senior communications executive. Sipkins, who most recently served as a managing director for Sard Verbinnen, will fill…
Before there was Comcast or DirecTV, there was Tele-Communications Inc. Its founder, John Malone, built TCI into the biggest pay TV provider in the U.S. through the 1970s and 1980s. Now 72 years old…
Sinclair Broadcast Group is adding some large-market heft to its station holdings with a $373.3 million deal to acquire Seattle-based Fisher Communications.
Liberty Media said Tuesday that it will buy a 27.3% stake in the cable TV provider Charter Communications for about $2.62 billion. The Englewood, Colo.-based holding company controlled by billionaire…
Carlyle Group has tapped Peter Liguori as a consultant for its media and telecom team in Gotham as the private equity giant looks to ramp up its presence in showbiz.
The Food Network has been digesting new subscribers at a substantial rate, adding a robust 9.3 million over the last nine months to pass the 60 million milestone.
Charter Communications on Thursday teamed with Diva Systems to offer video-on-demand service to digital cable subscribers in Los Angeles.
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