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  • Turner Overhauls Ad Outreach, Names Speciale President, TV and Digital Sales

    Time Warner's Turner unit is radically changing the structure of its ad-sales staff, resulting in the elevation of one of its top sales executives and the departure of another from the company. Donna Speciale, a Madison Avenue veteran who once advised...
  • Inside Hannibal Buress' Comedy Central special

    Inside Hannibal Buress' Comedy Central special
    Neal Marshall wasn't thrilled. About 15 minutes before showtime he walked to the lip of the stage, put his hands on his hips, held his body in a dejected slouch and stared out into the Vic Theatre. He had done this many times, in many theaters: As...
  • Starz Casts Leads for LeBron James' Comedy Series 'Survivor's Remorse'

    Starz has cast its lead roles for new basketball comedy series "Survivor's Remorse." NBA star LeBron James will serve as executive producer for the original series. Mike O'Malley penned the script and will executive produce, along chairman of the...
  • Kids' Choice Awards Honor Dan Schneider with First Lifetime Achievement Award

    Will he or won't he be slimed? That was the question on everyone's minds Saturday night at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards at USC's Galen Center. Host Mark Wahlberg claimed he was "unslimeable" throughout the evening, but eventually, it was his own...
  • Brenda Freeman to Head Marketing for DreamWorks Animation Television

    DreamWorks Animation has named Brenda Freeman as head of television marketing for the toon studio. Freeman most recently was chief marketing officer of Turner Animation and its Cartoon Network, and before that, senior VP of integrated marketing and...
  • TV Picks: 'Sherlock,' 'Powerpuff Girls,' Comedy Central comedies

    TV Picks: 'Sherlock,' 'Powerpuff Girls,' Comedy Central comedies
    "Sherlock" (PBS, Sundays). Wreathed in the glory that is Benedict Cumberbatch's current status as an international sex symbol -- "The Thinking Woman's Crumpet," he has been called, in the land of crumpets -- comes the third season of Mark Gatiss and...
  • Q&A: David Smith on 'Powerpuff' characters' new look for special

    Q&A: David Smith on 'Powerpuff' characters' new look for special
    Television hasn’t really had a dose of sugar, spice and everything nice since Craig McCracken's “The Powerpuff Girls”¬†ended in 2005. But the¬†absence of pint-sized superheroes Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup ends Monday at 7:30 p.m....
  • Nickelodeon's 'Sam and Cat' On Hiatus Amid Tension Behind the Scenes

    "Sam and Cat" is the hottest live-action series entry on Nickelodeon in the past few years, but the pressure of a 40-episode production schedule seems to be wearing on its teenage stars, Jenette McCurdy and Ariana Grande. The series has gone on hiatus...
  • Ron Howard, Brian Grazer to Launch Digital Studio with Discovery Communications

    Discovery Communications is teaming with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard to launch a digital studio, dubbed New Form. True to its name, New Form will be focused on creating programming outside the traditional molds of TV and movies where Discovery and...
  • Review: 'Breadwinners' gets its genial ducks in a row on Nickelodeon

    Review: 'Breadwinners' gets its genial ducks in a row on Nickelodeon
    And the cartoons keep coming. "Breadwinners," which premieres Monday night on Nickelodeon before settling in to its regular time slot on Saturday morning, is a second step from that network (after "Sanjay and Craig"), toward, or perhaps back toward, a...
  • USA Orders 2 New Medical Dramas, Sets Final Season of 'White Collar'

    USA Network has given series greenlights to two new medical dramas, "Rush" and "Complications," and set a six-episode final season for "White Collar." The 10-episode pickups come on the heels of USA's order last month for an untitled drama from writer...
  • With David Letterman retiring, all eyes on CBS' next move

    With David Letterman retiring, all eyes on CBS' next move
    The scramble to succeed late-night host David Letterman has talent handlers and Las Vegas oddsmakers shouting their picks from the sidelines. Politicians are squabbling over whether his replacement should be based in Los Angeles or New York. But those...