Ricky Ow, the long-time head of Sony Television in Asia, is to take over as president of Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific with effect from Jan. 1, 2014. He replaces Steve Marcopoto, who steps…
Veteran broadcaster Marcopoto prepares to stand down after heavy job cuts, promises string of deals in his last months.
The hits just keep on coming for Major League Baseball, with reports that several more big-name players will accept suspensions — with the most prominent rule-breaker being Yankees star Alex…
The news comes less than a week after Cook was voted treasurer of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
The Writers Guild of America East has taken a step toward disciplining “Fashion Police's” Joan Rivers over alleged rule violations by selecting three unnamed members for a trial board. The guild had…
Sony Corp. is leaning toward rejecting a proposal from investor Third Point Capital to spin off its entertainment assets, according to a report Wednesday in Nikkei. Sony's board is meeting today in…
Cable news nets continued their marathon coverage of the George Zimmerman trial Sunday morning, after Zimmerman's “not guilty” verdict arrived around 10 p.m. EST Saturday night, leaving many nets to…
Turner Broadcasting execs will talk up cable's gains over the broadcast nets and efforts to court viewers on multiple screens at its upfront presentation at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
FX will start the new year with a slew of original series preems, led by the Jan. 8 bow of "Justified's" fourth season.
This has been the TV season of gay couplings -- what may be "The New Normal," to use the title of NBC's sitcom