Jamie Kellner is an American former television executive. He was chairman and chief executive officer of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a division of Time Warner which includes TBS, TNT, and Cartoon Network. Kellner took over the post in 2001 and handed over the company to Philip Kent in 2003.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Kellner
Jamie Kellner is an American former television executive. He was chairman and chief executive officer of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a division of Time Warner which includes TBS, TNT, and Cartoon Network. Kellner took over the post in 2001 and handed over the company to Philip Kent in 2003.
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Jul 09, 2018 · After 17 years, Jamie Kellner has commented on WCW’s cancellation from the Turner networks. Kellner’s comments – published alongside interviews from other 100 former TBS and WCW employees – are included in the book ‘ NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner’s WCW ‘.
Jul 15, 2016 · Jamie Kellner, who served as chairman and CEO of TBS, and his wife, Julie, who worked as an entertainment banker, are toasting goodbye to their 20-acre property, which includes CENT'ANNI winery, in...
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- The End For WCW
- WCW Returns
- 2002 World Wildlife Fund Lawsuit Settlement
- Present Day WWF
WCW was failing in the new millennium; As 2000 came to a close, a number of potential buyers for WCW were rumored to show interest in the company. Ted Turner, however, still had a position of influence at Time Warner prior to the final merger of AOL and Time Warner in 2001, and most offers were rejected. Eric Bischoff, working with Fusient Media Ventures, made a bid to acquire the company in January 2001 (shortly following the AOL/Time Warner merger), and it appeared that WCW would continue. One of the primary backers in the WCW deal backed out, however, leaving Fusient to take that offer off the table while it attempted to bring a new deal around. In the meantime, the World Wrestling Federation founded W. Acquisition Company in late-2000 and began speaking to the new AOL-Time Warner about acquiring the WCW brand. Jamie Kellner was handed control over the Turner Broadcasting division, and deemed WCW, along with Turner Sports as a whole, to be out of line with its image. As a result,...
On July 2nd 2001, the match everyone was waiting for took place. It was not a disappointment, as Hulk Hogan finally managed to win with his trademark Leg Drop. The match officially marked the beginning of the WCW as a separate WWE act, and plans for NWO to start its return were made. WCW would now be every Monday night after Raw. As part of a special 2001 promotion, for the remainder of 2001 fans of both Raw and WCW would be able to get tickets to both for the price of one Raw ticket.
From 1979 to 2002, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) was a name that carried a sense of authority and history. Derived from Vince McMahon Sr.'s World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF), one could trace the legacy of "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers to Bruno Sammartino to Hulk Hogan to Stone Cold Steve Austin. You utter the initials WWF and even those farthest from professional wrestling know what you're talking about. Enter the World Wildlife Fund and Vincent Kennedy McMahon Jr.'s ego. In a 1994 agreement, Titan Sports, Inc. (the World Wrestling Federation's parent company at the time) entered into an agreement with World Wide Fund for Nature (known as World Wildlife Fund in the United States) that the initials "WWF" belonged solely to the Swiss conservation group. The World Wrestling Federation would completely cease using those three letters from that point on. Again, this was in 1994. As most know, though, the World Wrestling Federation continued to use the initials up until the U.K. C...
Today, the World Wrestling Federation has a monopoly unparalleled elsewhere, with the last semblance of competition being Impact/TNA Wrestling (last marketed Impact!Wrestling, which was purchased on November 25th, 2017). On October 10, Anthem released the Global Wrestling Network as an alternative to the WWF Network, but stunningly, on October 23, Impact Wrestling announced the termination of its relationship with Jeff Jarrett and his company Global Force Entertainment Inc., officially ending the attempted rebranding into GFW. These unprecedented events have led to a purchase of Impact Wrestling and integration into the WCW pay-per-view by WWF (doing so made the WWF the only remotely major wrestling company in North America). WWF currently hosts 4 premier pay-per-view shows: Raw, Impact, WCW (Nitro) and ECW. These pay-per-views are usually completely unrelated to each other's story lines, although occasional crossovers are seen, there have even been 2 notable occasions where all 3 p...
As co-executive producer of the show, Rosenberg was ordered by Fox Broadcasting President Jamie Kellner in April to stay out of the program’s daily operations. Miss Rivers was taken off the show about one month later as ratings continued to decline. Memorial services were scheduled for Sunday at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles.
- History on The Air
- Broadcast History
Animaniacs was already in production while the crew was still focused on Tiny Toon Adventures. WB planned the new animated series as early as 1991. Many ideas were planned for the new show, then junked. One idea from Tom Ruegger was to have Rita and Runt do the host segments. Buttons and Mindy came from Spielberg's daughter Jessica. When someone came up with the Warner Brothers, they were originally to have been ducks. However, with Daffy Duck, Plucky Duck, and so many other ducks on TV (such as those from Disney), the crew decided that ducks had been "done to death", so they came up with completely new designs for the main trio. Initially, there were three Warner brothers, named Yakky, Smakky, and Wakky, who would be accompanied by an unnamed girl had a crush on Yakky. Eventually, the Smakky and Wakky characters were combined into one, and the characters were renamed Yakko, Wakko, and Dot.
The show was picked up by the FOX network, who ordered 65 episodes, and placed in a very important ratings slot on weekday afternoons -- between Tiny Toon Adventures, another show made by Spielberg and Ruegger and a very popular show with kids and adults, and the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series. During its first season, the show attracted even more people of all ages, and, with Tiny Toons, Batman, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, frequently won its timeslot against competing shows from the Disney Afternoon, Goof Troop and Darkwing Duck. With its insane popularity, WB ordered a theatrical short, titled "I'm Mad." However, FOX decided not to order any more episodes of Animaniacs, so the second "season" was made up of rejected scripts and holdovers from season one. The series was popular enough for Warner Bros. Animation to invest in additional episodes of Animaniacs past the traditional 65-episode marker for syndication. Animaniacs premiered on the new "Kids' WB" lin...
1. FOX Kids(1993-95) 2. Kids' WB!(1995-October 2000) 3. Cartoon Network(1997-2001) 4. Nickelodeon(2001-03) 5. Nicktoons Network(2002-06) 6. In2TV(2006) 7. Hub Network(2013--2014)
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