Donny Deutsch

How Brands Are Getting in on the Joke With Comedies Like Angie Tribeca

In TBS' new police satire Angie Tribeca, no TV drama trope is left unscathed—including product integrations.

This Mika Brzezinski and NBCU Tour Is All About Empowering Women Leaders

In 2011 Mika Brzezinski released her powerful New York Times bestselling manifesto, Knowing Your Value: Women, Money and Getting What You're Worth—a must read for women everywhere.

The West Coast Wins Deutsch’s Succession Race

In Deutsch's succession race, the West has won. The Interpublic agency named Mike Sheldon—Deutsch L.A.'s chief—as CEO, Deutsch North America, with oversight of the L.A. and N.Y. offices.

Agency Founder David Deutsch Dies at 84

David Deutsch, the founder of the agency now known as Deutsch, died Thursday from natural causes.

CNN Wants Newt for Crossfire Refresh

CNN has begun casting its net for pundits to appear in the revival of its debate show Crossfire.

Behind Deutsch’s Star-Studded Sandy PSA

As the lights in Deutsch New York’s offices came back on Nov. 6—a week after Hurricane Sandy had rendered most of lower Manhattan without power—Donny Deutsch got a call from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office. Would Deutsch’s agency help create a campaign to raise money and manpower to help victims of the storm rebuild their homes?

Comcast Exec to Network Bigs: ‘We Have to Get Out of Our Own Way’

"We have to get out of our own way." That was the message Matt Strauss, Comcast's senior vice president of interactive media had for his fellow panelists at the opening of the PromaxDBA conference in Midtown Manhattan Tuesday.  

Corridor Talk: CNBC Cuts Makeup, Drinks

When, in the late 1990s, NBC had the brilliant idea to circumvent New York's unions by locating its cable networks, MSNBC and CNBC, across the Hudson in New Jersey, Damon Haimoff, an NBC technician, saw a business opportunity.