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  • Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership

    Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership
    Turner Broadcasting is getting a makeover. For years, the parent company of cable channels TBS, CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, HLN and TruTV was one of the more stable and low-key units of Time Warner Inc. Based in Atlanta, Turner seldom gets as much...
  • TV ratings: 'Family Guy,' 'Resurrection' lead Sunday in key demo

    TV ratings: 'Family Guy,' 'Resurrection' lead Sunday in key demo
    Fox's "Family Guy" and ABC's "Resurrection" were Sunday night's highest-rated network shows among key young adults, though it appears that golf-boosted CBS had the best ratings overall.  "Family Guy" scored a rating of 2.1 among key 18- to 49-year-old...
  • Relativity Media tries to outbid Disney for Maker Studios

    Relativity Media tries to outbid Disney for Maker Studios
    Relativity Media is hoping to outbid the Walt Disney Co. for the popular YouTube network Maker Studios.  Relativity, a Beverly Hills-based entertainment company, has offered to pay $525 million in cash and stock for the Culver City digital media...
  • Lionsgate partners with YouTube studio RocketJump

    Lionsgate partners with YouTube studio RocketJump
    Lionsgate has Katniss, Tris and Bella, and now it has another young-adult hero -- YouTube star Freddie Wong.  Lionsgate, the company best known for "The Hunger Games," "Twilight" and "Divergent," has made a multi-year deal with Wong's YouTube network...
  • Ad Buyers Hope to Use CBS' Thursday NFL Package to Tackle Football Prices

    When it comes to football on TV this fall, advertisers hope to open a new line of scrimmage. Yes, they want to get their commercials on NFL games to reach some of TV's biggest audiences, but they also hope to use the introduction of Thursday-night...
  • UConn Parade Tally: Exactly $90,000; How Much Economic Benefit?

    The final tally is in for Sunday's UConn victory parade in downtown Hartford: Exactly $90,000 raised from 23 corporate sponsors. And that's exactly how much the Hartford Downtown Improvement District, the organizing group, will spend, said Mike Zaleski,...
  • CBS Studios International, RTI Productions Ink Option for Spanish-language 'Dynasty'

    MADRID - CBS Studios International has signed an option agreement with the Bogota and Miami-based RTI Producciones for a Spanish-language remake of the iconic Aaron Spelling-produced '80s soap "Dynasty," a story of excess - wealth, power, rivalry - which,...
  • Why Indie Cable Doesn't Need The Weather Channel To Know Which Way The Wind Blows

    If you're a small cable outlet without massive corporate backing, the Weather Channel offered a forecast last week that should be troubling: continued storms and fog. The independent network raised eyebrows recently when it ended a three-month spat...
  • 'Captain America' soars past 'Rio 2.' Turner's Koonin heads to Hawks.

    'Captain America' soars past 'Rio 2.' Turner's Koonin heads to Hawks.
    After the coffee. Before the Seder. The Skinny: Am I allowed to talk about "Mad Men" or do I have to provide a window for those who didn't catch Sunday's season premiere? All I'll say is I think I'm going to start dressing like Pete Campbell. I'm sure I...
  • Steve Koonin Leaves Time Warner's Turner For Atlanta Hawks

    Steve Koonin, who as entertainment chief at Time Warner's Turner unit presided over a long run of growth at big cable networks like TNT, TBS, truTV and TCM, as well as a streak of aggressive, sometimes maverick promotional maneuvers, is leaving his post...
  • Daytime Soaps Enjoy a New Surge in Popularity

    The soap bubble that was supposed to burst is still very much intact. A couple of years after "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" brought to five the number of daytime dramas axed by the networks over a five-year stretch, the genre is flourishing....