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  • FX Names Stephanie Gibbons President of Marketing

    Stephanie Gibbons has been promoted to marketing prexy for FX Networks. Gibbons, who joined FX in 2004 and made her bones there with campaigns for "The Shield" and "Rescue Me," will oversee creation and implementation of all print and electronic...
  • ABC completes 2013 upfront ad sales

    ABC has wrapped up the bulk of its upfront advertising sales for the upcoming television season, holding back some commercial time to sell throughout the year. After more than two months of negotiations with the various ad agencies, the Walt Disney Co.-...
  • Viacom Earnings: 'Star Trek,' 'World War Z' Boost 3Q Results

    Viacom, the owner of MTV, Comedy Central and Paramount Pictures, said the release of tent-pole films like "Star Trek: Into Darkness" and "World War Z" along with increased advertising and distribution revenue at its cable operations drove an increase in...
  • Glendale City Council ponders digital signs

    Digital advertising signs may be coming to Glendale for the first time as the City Council started to pave the way this week to let the Americana at Brand and Glendale Galleria to use the high-tech displays. The council gave a first reading on Tuesday...
  • John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.

    John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.
    John “Tyler” Perineau Macdonald, Jr. After a long and passion filled life, we say goodbye to John Tyler Perineau Macdonald, Jr.  B. Atlanta, Georgia, March 25th, 1924, D. Gig Harbor, Washington, July 7th, 2013 at the age of 89. Tyler...
  • Broadcast TV's Upfront Glory Days May Be Gone

    When Randy Falco worked at NBC, one of his jobs was to supervise the "upfront,"that annual summer ad-sales session during which the major TV networks try sell the bulk of their ad time for their fall and winter shows. In 2003, with NBC securing around...
  • Amazon Chief To Buy Washington Post, Ending Decades of Family Ownership

    In a deal once believed unthinkable, the family-controlled Washington Post Co. has decided to sell its flagship broadsheet and other print publications to Amazon chief Jeffrey P. Bezos for $250 million. The deal puts one of America's most storied...
  • CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable

    CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable
    Unable to come to terms on a new distribution agreement, CBS-owned channels have gone dark on Time Warner Cable systems around the country, including Los Angeles and New York City. In Los Angeles, the signals of KCBS-TV Channel 2 and KCAL-TV Channel 9...
  • Disney's profit up slightly on networks, theme parks performance

    Walt Disney Co. reported a small increase in net income for its fiscal third quarter, lifted by the performance of its media networks and theme parks. But gains in those areas were blunted by the performance of Disney's movie studio, which posted a 36%...
  • AOL to Pay $405 Mil for Video-Ad Startup Adap.tv

    Promising make buying Internet video advertising easier -- and more TV-like -- AOL announced a pact to acquire Adap.tv, which operates a global online video advertising platform, for $405 million in cash and stock. The Adap.tv "programmatic" platform...
  • Time Warner Powers Profits on Cable, 'Man of Steel' Reboot

    Time Warner Inc. posted 87% gain in net income for the second quarter of 2013, citing strong performance of Warner Bros.'s "Man of Steel" reboot and record quarterly revenue for cablers. Media conglom reported 10% gain in revenue in the period, to $7.4...