The media world was out in full force, enjoying the last days of summer on both coasts. In Los Angeles, the Emmy Awards took everyone's attention, while in New York […]
TV Guide isn't the only once-beloved brand that Pop exec Brad Schwartz had to jettison from the network's relaunch. An hour-long program featuring Bill Cosby and going behind the scenes of The Cosby Show—announced back in October as pa
TV Guide Magazine executive editor Doug Brod has been promoted to editor in chief of the weekly title, CEO David Fishman announced today. Brod, who joined TV Guide in 2012, had previously been the editor in chief of Spin magazine and prior to that a senior editor at Entertainment Weekly.
Barely six months after being named CEO of TV Guide Magazine, veteran media exec Jack Kliger has resigned.
At a breakfast at the Ace Hotel in New York this morning, TVGN (which isn't using the full name TV Guide Network anymore) announced a slate of unscripted shows, along with the news that it had gone "full screen"—as in, no scrolling network listings—in its 83 million homes.
For the past three years, Jack Kliger has worked as a paid consultant to TV Guide Magazine, helping return the 60-year-old troubled brand to respectability. Now, it’s formal: He’s been named CEO of the magazine.
A day after news broke of actor James Gandolfini's death, entertainment magazines are lining up content to commemorate The Sopranos star’s life and work.