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International TV veteran James McNamara has been tapped prexy and CEO of Telemundo, the Spanish-lingo web owned by Sony and Liberty Media.
In a bid to massively streamline its television operations, Disney is readying a plan to merge all of its network TV production arms into the ABC fold.
CBS fired off some impressive ratings fireworks over the July 4 holiday weekend (albeit with low viewer levels), while the competition was shooting mostly duds.
MSNBC is dumping John Hockenberry's nightly news talker as part of the ongoing primetime shakeup at the Peacock news cabler (Daily Variety, July 1).
Rupert Murdoch's Vox weblet has dished out DM 15 million ($7.8 million) for TV rights to "Titanic."
Two German daytime talkshow hosts have received death threats from wrathful viewers who said their shows are too vulgar, prosecutors said Monday.
Broadcast veteran John Severino has been tapped as the new prexy of the Eye's O&O station group, CBS confirmed Tuesday.
John Birt, the director general of the BBC, warned Tuesday that digital television could be a danger to British culture.
NBC's much-hyped new sudser "Passions" bowed Monday with solid but unspectacular ratings.