FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) has hired marketing executive Kevin Blanchette as senior vice president, marketing and communications. He will be responsible for the strategic development and implementation of all marketing, […]
FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) has appointed Rick Glankler to the newly created position of president of commercial operations, effective immediately. He will report to FMNA CEO, Jennifer Mullin, and will […]
ABC is now in negotiations with FremantleMedia North America and CORE Media Group about bringing back the long-running singing competition for a new season.
Courtroom TV queen Judge Judy Sheindlin is expanding into the game show space with iWitness (working title), a new half-hour syndicated game show from her Queen Bee Productions, FremantleMedia North America and Debmar-Mercury, which is set for a six-week test run on the Fox stations this summer.
The Debmar-Mercury syndicated strip hosted by Craig Ferguson will not be back for a fourth season.
A New York Internet media company is crying foul over FremantleMedia North America’s use of the name Buzzr for its TV and digital game-show network. Codename Enterprises, which operates Tumblr-like website Buzzr.com, filed a lawsuit against FremantleMedia alleging trademark infringement, false advertising, trademark dilution and unfair competition.
Although recent kudos have been given to primetime television for its recent inclusion of minorities, FremantleMedia North America says it has made an effort to recruit minority personalities in daytime programming for quite some time. The production company has received praise for its diverse programming with a 2016 NAACP Image Award, which acknowledges its very own Steve Harvey in the host category for Family Feud.
The syndicated game show from FremantleMedia North America and Debmar-Mercury will return for a third season following renewals by the Tribune and Sinclair station groups.
Thom Beers is leaving his post as CEO of FremantleMedia North America. The reality heavyweight, who has been with the stateside wing of the media giant since 2012, announced today that he will depart this summer at the end of his current contract. Moving into his role are EVPs Jennifer Mullin and Craig Cegielski, who will serve as co-CEOs and report directly to Fremantle chief Cecile Frot-Coutaz.
New game show diginet Buzzr from FremantleMedia North America is adding to its executive team with Mark Deetjen named VP of programming and operations, Jaime Klein VP of creative services, […]
The former Sony Pictures Television exec will head the digital multicast network FremantleMedia North America is launching this summer featuring the company’s iconic game shows.
The new multicast network from FremantleMedia North America and Debmar-Mercury will feature iconic game shows. It’s set for a summer launch.
FremantleMedia North America has appointed Lee Rierson as COO. Rierson is tasked with overseeing production for a slate that includes The X Factor and America’s Got Talent, as well as business development and strategic planning.