Rogues Gallery: How 10 Top TV Execs Rode Out a Tumultuous Year 2 years ago
Nobody will tell you that TV isn't a tough business and that it hasn't been a tough year -- but for some execs the pain has been...
By Tim Molloy
Radio Disney exec tapped to take over the network following Paul Lee's appointment as president of ABC
New ABC president is short on specifics, touts broad plans to develop "brand-defining shows," promises few if any tweaks to the fall schedule
ABC began its presentation with a joke about the Steve McPherson scandal -- but no additional comment on the subject
ABC Family Channel chief has been named president of ABC Entertainment Group following McPherson's resignation; will be formally introduced Sunday morning at TCA
Trade says it stands by its story, but an individual with knowledge of the situation tells TheWrap the publication got it wrong
Apparently a done deal, it may not be announced until after ABC's appearance on Sunday at the Television Critics Association press tour
Hollywood Reporter says McPherson resigned three weeks into probe of sex harassment claims by female ABC execs
Relationships, not ratings, said to be behind exec's departure; says his future includes the "spirits business"
After eliminating the department a year ago, the network is bringing back execs to oversee programs already on the air
The network is not paying a license fee for the telecasts but will be paid by the pageant to air it in a time-buy deal
Analysis: Adds 10 new shows -- six dramas, three comedies and a reality show
It's official: McPherson says network will go forward with plans to launch three new scripted hours during the off-season
We talk to the veteran executive just hours after his decision to order another season
ABC's hourlong show features Berry chatting with Cruz, Cameron talking to "Avatar" stars
What the show taught us about storytelling, marketing ... and euthanasia
He reportedly felt underutilized on the drama
Network's Steve McPherson indicates they're happy with Kimmel, at TCA
More sage wisdom for small screen sizzlemakers, including Steve McPherson, Dawn Ostroff and Angela Bromstad
The network has a lot going on, with nine new shows slated to roll out before year's end.
The network streamlines reports to Steve McPherson; layoffs are in the low double digits.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation