Cleveland rocks for another two years: ABC has sealed a $152 million deal with Warner Bros. Television to keep "The Drew Carey Show" on the web through at least 2004.
ABC's alternative series "You Don't Know Jack" got off to a decent start Wednesday, winning its hour with back-to-back episodes and helping bring more young viewers to the net.
Stock of Young Broadcasting, parent of big indie Los Angeles station KCAL, plunged nearly 18% Thursday after the company said that it completed an offering to sell 3 million shares to the public at…
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Herbert Kloiber, head of German TV rights outfit Tele Munchen Group, is warming up to the sale of the 45% stake in his company that is owned by troubled kidvidder EM.TV.
German telco giant Deutsche Telekom and Denver-based Liberty Media have inked a revised agreement on the long-awaited sale of six regional cable franchises that will give the U.S. group 100% of the…
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Robert Sherman has been named president of Time Warner Cable advertising sales.
ABC Cable Networks Group has tapped former William Morris Agency packaging agent Deborah Blackwell as the first general manager for its fledgling SoapNet.
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NBC has begun to slash its upfront prices in an effort to hold on to its share of the advertising pie. Sources say that the Peacock net has already written over half of its upfront business.
Former "Rosie O'Donnell" show producer David Perler has inked an overall deal with nonfiction banner Stone Stanley Television.