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  • RTL Group's Asian Operations Starting to Take Off

    Compared with its U.S. counterparts, RTL Group was a latecomer in South and East Asia. While HBO has been implanted in the region for some 20 years, the media giant just made its first move in 2012. RTL Group chose the frenetic Indian market for its...
  • RTL Group Toppers: Quality Is No. 1 for Global Success

    At MIP TV, Anke Schaeferkordt and Guillaume de Posch, co-CEOs of RTL Group, will be feted with Variety's Achievement in International TV Award, which recognizes creativity, leadership and business acumen within the global TV industry. The award will be...
  • Live Nation in talks to bring Made in America music fest to L.A.

    Live Nation in talks to bring Made in America music fest to L.A.
    The city of Los Angeles is in discussions with Live Nation to stage a West Coast edition of Jay Z's Made in America Festival, a multiday concert that's been held for the last two years in Philadelphia. Reports indicate that the festival is targeted...
  • Missing Malaysia plane: Lowered expectations as search drags on

    Missing Malaysia plane: Lowered expectations as search drags on
    The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 resumed on Wednesday, even as senior Australian officials warned that bad weather and a lack of reliable information were seriously impeding efforts to locate the plane's wreckage. Up to 10 planes...
  • Higher-profile acts on tap as WTMD's First Thursdays moves

    Higher-profile acts on tap as WTMD's First Thursdays moves
    Since last June, Towson University radio station WTMD has upgraded its studio, its satellite reception and now adds the headliners of First Thursdays, its free outdoor concert series that takes place between May and September, to the list. Rock...
  • Review: 'Alan Partridge' is delightfully back in spotlight he covets

    Review: 'Alan Partridge' is delightfully back in spotlight he covets
    Alan Partridge, the British broadcast personality Steve Coogan first brought to life in 1991 on the BBC radio news spoof, "On the Hour," is back. Older, none the wiser, his bloated ego and vast array of insecurities are very much intact. It's not that...
  • LP's 'Forever For Now' should make her huge

    LP's 'Forever For Now' should make her huge
    ***1/2 (out of four) Enough of Rihanna and Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. The world is (at least, should be) ready for a new pop star. Based on “Forever For Now,” that star should be LP, whose major-label debut is nothing less than 12 consecutive...
  • Democratic governor hopefuls debate with front-runner absent

    Democratic governor hopefuls debate with front-runner absent
    With the front-runner in the race conspicuously absent, Democratic gubernatorial candidates Douglas F. Gansler and Heather R. Mizeur disagreed — politely — during a debate Tuesday night, with Gansler saving the brunt of his criticism for the...
  • Norwegian pop star Thomas Dybdahl uses L.A. as his lab

    Norwegian pop star Thomas Dybdahl uses L.A. as his lab
    Thomas Dybdahl remembers the moment he knew his new album was going to be something special. A real-deal pop star in his native Norway, the 35-year-old singer had come to Los Angeles to do what all real-deal pop stars eventually do: experiment with...
  • Happy Jack and WALN's 40-year history includes its share of sports coverage

    He is best known as Happy Jack Burns, one of the area's polka kings and the ringmaster and music host on the Party Channel — WALN digital cable radio. But Happy Jack, whose real name is John Burnatowski, knows his sports as well. And as WALN...
  • Brown's media money goes to Baltimore market

    Brown's media money goes to Baltimore market
    When it comes to media spending, Democrats Anthony G. Brown and Douglas F. Gansler are like distance runners intent on keeping their rival close. The two most visible candidates in the primary for governor each spent more than $2 million on television and...