Disney-Fox Deal Leaves Fox Execs Up In Air

Disney’s $71.3 million deal to acquire key Fox Television Group assets leaves top FTG executives in no man’s land. The list includes FTG Chief Marketing Officer Shannon Ryan, EVP Casting Sharon Klein, CFO Robert Barronand and SVP Brand Management & New Media Strategy Michael Gooch.

TV Bosses Talk Diversity, Streaming, Ads

The heads of Showtime, TNT and Fox Television Group, together with the president of HBO programming, address the forces transforming the TV business at the INTV conference in Jerusalem.

Ryan, Schillace Get Fox Marketing Posts

Shannon Ryan is promoted to chief marketing officer at Fox Television Group, while Darren Schillace comes from ABC to be EVP of marketing at Fox Broadcasting.

Jim Fielding To Head Fox Consumer Products

Fox Television Group and Twentieth Century Fox Film today appointed Jim Fielding president of consumer products and innovation, a role in which the industry veteran will oversee licensing, product development and new consumer […]

Robert Barron Named CFO Of Fox TV Group

Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEOs Gary Newman and Dana Walden continue to consolidate the operations within the combined network-studio group. The latest executive restructuring move involves the promotion to 20th Century Fox TV CFO Robert Barron to EVP-CFO, Fox Television Group, where he will manage finance and accounting operations for all divisions of FTG. Meanwhile, Fox’s SVP of Finance Jeff Acosta has been upped to EVP, finance, Fox Broadcasting Co., reporting to Barron.

Fox Television Ups Michael Gooch To SVP

He will oversee new media expansion of Twentieth Century Fox Television properties, reporting to Mark Pearson, EVP, brand management and digital media for Twentieth Century Fox Television.


Fox Television Group Elevates Two Execs

Shannon Ryan has been promoted to executive vice president, marketing and communications at Fox Television Group, while Rachel Webber has been elevated to senior vice president.

Joe Earley Exits As Fox TV Group COO

Joe Earley, a 21-year Fox veteran and current COO of Fox Television Group, will leave the company at the end of the year. He will not be replaced.

Fox Reorders Television Group Executives

Joe Earley is elevated to chief operating officer, Fox Television Group, while David Madden is named president, entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Co.