One of the most significant lightning rod moments in the history of American television happened in 2002, when stand-up comic and sitcom star Ellen DeGeneresannounced to TV audiences that she is gay.
Jim Paratore, the veteran producer and former Warner Bros. syndie exec who helped launch the TMZ website and TV show, died following a heart attack while cycling in France on Tuesday. He was 58.
As TBS' "Lopez Tonight" readies its shift to midnight, the yakker is undergoing an exec shakeup.
The NBC-owned TV stations have inked a mega programming pact with Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution that includes the Peacock O&Os making a two-year commitment to a new talkshow hosted by Bonnie…
Warner Bros.-based shingle ParaMedia has picked up U.S. rights to German web ProSieben's hit format "Beat Your Host."
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has taken the first step toward harvesting a smashing $3 million per episode from "Two & a Half Men" by selling rerun rights to the Tribune Broadcasting TV…
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution and its sister syndication company, Telepictures Distribution, have merged their staffs, leading to the dismissal of six sales execs and the elevation of Rick…
Telepictures Prods. president Jim Paratore has been named to the additional post of exec VP of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures Distribution.
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