In early 2013, CW executives convened for a post-mortem on the quick demise of "Emily Owens, M.D." Together, CW president Mark Pedowitz and core members of his team pored over ratings, reviews, and…
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Mark Pedowitz has been guiding the CW as network president for just over four years from his corner office in Burbank's Pinnacle complex. The inviting space is peppered with symbols of current…
Superhero crossovers, failed pilots and cancelled shows were the main topic of the CW Network President’s Mark Pedowitz’s executive session at the annual Television Critics Assn. press tour. With…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
TV marketing execs are devising dozens of ideas to introduce new series and convince the public not only to sample them but to stick around.
After weeks of haggling and mud-slinging, CBS and Time Warner Cable remained deadlocked over retransmission fees — resulting in blackouts Friday afternoon of CBS stations in New York, L.A., Dallas…
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…
The CW has begun to write business as part of the annual "upfront" ad-sales session, as advertisers continue to show initial favor to those TV networks willing to seek moderate price increases. The…
Longtime TV exec Garth Ancier is going retro with a new cable networks venture, and he's brought industry veterans Diane Robina, Alan Goodman and Michael Ross along for the trip.
LIN Television is looking to extract more coin from Time Warner Cable, telling viewers its local broadcast stations in 14 markets will be pulled from TWC and Bright House Networks if the companies…
[REFRESH FOR LATEST] 11:46am: The CW runs a tight ship and wraps the presentation by 11:45. Happy Upfront Week, everyone! 11:36am: Trailer for “Star Crossed” drew some laughs in the crowd — only…
CBS' ambitious series "Under the Dome" is leading the charge among the broadcasters to recapture viewers and advertising dollars that have fled to cable during the summer months.