TV News Archives: Page 3

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PixelPlay to Adobt Atari and Hasbro Games for Interactive TV (April 20, 2005): PixelPlay and Atari, Inc.

Betty Cohen Named President and CEO of Lifetime Entertainment Services (April 12, 2005): Betty Cohen, one of the most respected veteran cable television executives, has been named President and CEO of Lifetime Entertainment Services, it was announced today by Anne Sweeney, Co-chairman Media Networks, The Walt Disney Company and President, Disney-ABC Television Group, and by John Conomikes, Director, The Hearst Corporation and member of the Lifetime Management Committee.

Larry Kramer Named President, CBS Digital Media (April 11, 2005): Larry Kramer has been named President, CBS Digital Media, it was announced by Leslie Moonves, Chairman, CBS and Co-President/Co-Chief Operating Officer, Viacom.

Milagro Acquires Film, TV Rights to Mail Order Murder (April 10, 2005): Milagro Entertainment, Inc.

Gail Berman Named President of Paramount Pictures (April 10, 2005): Brad Grey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Paramount Pictures, today appointed Gail Berman President of Paramount Pictures.

Peter Liguori Named President, Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company (April 7, 2005): Peter Liguori has been named President, Entertainment for the Fox Broadcasting Company.

MTV Networks Announces Five New Hires (April 5, 2005): MTV Networks Music Group President Van Toffler has announced five new additions to the management of MTV Networks' Digital Music and Media Group.

Primedia Adds Shows to Outdoors Group (April 4, 2005): Primedia has announced the launch of four new cable television shows from its Outdoors Group.

Judy McGrath Makes Appointments at MTV (March 29, 2005): Judy McGrath has appointed Herb Scannell and Bill Roedy to the positions of Vice Chairman, MTV Networks and President, Nickelodeon Networks and Vice Chairman, MTV Networks and President, MTV Networks International, respectively.

Comcast and TiVo Announce Deal (March 27, 2005): Comcast, a provider of cable services, and TiVo Inc.

Disney Names Robert A. Iger CEO (March 25, 2005): Robert A.

Nickelodeon Plans Six New Shows (March 23, 2005): Nickelodeon has announced six new live-action and animated series for the 2005-06 season.

HandHeld Entertainment Hires Larry Gitlin (March 20, 2005): HandHeld Entertainment has announced that Larry Gitlin has been named vice president of business development.

Nicktoons Partners With Xilam for Shuriken School (March 19, 2005): Nicktoons, Nickelodeon's digital channel for kids, will partner with Paris-based studio, Xilam Animation, for Shuriken School, a quirky playground comedy with a martial arts twist about a boy's adventures at Ninja school, it was announced by Keith Dawkins, Vice President and General Manager, Nicktoons.

Elizabeth Brooks Joins GoTV as Senior VP, Marketing (March 17, 2005): GoTV (formerly 1KTV), an on-demand mobile television network, announced that Elizabeth Brooks, former Senior Vice President, Business Development for Buy.

Universal Pictures Creates Family Productions Division (March 16, 2005): Universal Pictures said it is dedicating new efforts in the family arena with the establishment of Universal Studios Home Entertainment Family Productions (USHEFP). Launches Video Channel (March 12, 2005): TheKnot. and Movielink Announce Content Agreement (March 5, 2005): blinkx.

Butch Hartman Signs Deal with Nickelodeon (March 3, 2005): Butch Hartman, the creator and executive producer of the hit Nickelodeon series The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom, has signed a multi-year deal with Nickelodeon Networks to create original animated and live-action programming for Nickelodeon and Noggin, it was announced by Marjorie Cohn, Executive Vice President, Development and Original Programming, Nickelodeon.

Midway and Cartoon Network Sign Games Deal (March 2, 2005): Midway Games Inc.