FremantleMedia North America has named Christine Shaw senior veep of communications and marketing.
Mary Shaw never had aspirations to become a juggler. But twice a year, the D.C.-based exec at the Cable & Telecommunications Assn. for Marketing juggles 25 cable networks and 250 press members over…
A filmmaker and the lead musician of Rupa & The April Fishes have filed lawsuits against Warner/Chappell Music, claiming that the rights to “Happy Birthday to You” are in the public domain and…
March 25 was undoubtedly a stressful day for NBC brass. After several primetime flubs and record-low ratings, the return of “The Voice” to the Peacock’s lineup — with a handful of new coaches, to…
One week before the start of the May sweep, a repeat of CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory” beat out Fox’s “American Idol” head to head in both demos and total viewers for the first time. NBC rookie…
Opposite some repeats on the competition, Fox's "American Idol" hit a three-week high Wednesday, ruling as the night's top show and extending the net's winning streak on the night among young adults…
The start of Daylight Saving Time didn’t seem to affect the ratings for shows earlier in the week, but Thursday biggies “The Big Bang Theory” and “American Idol” both hit season lows last night…
Fox's "American Idol" was the standout ratings performer on Wednesday night, though it could not shake its downward trend despite facing mostly repeats on the competition.
The genius at the center of Gregory Marquette's well-illustrated docu "Genius on Hold" is Walter Shaw, inventor of the speakerphone, call-forwarding and conference calls, among other communications…
British Columbia's educational pubcaster Knowledge Network has bought cable channel BBC Kids from Canuck broadcaster Shaw Media and BBC Worldwide.
A look at execs Jim Shaw and Tom Strike.