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After 45 Years, One of the Best-Known Executives in the TV Station Business Is Retiring

From coast-to-coast, he’s had a storied career in TV...   (TVweek)

Shakeup at CBS: Change of Leadership for News Division

The chairman of CBS News has stepped down from...   (TheWrap)

Why Jay Leno Backed Out of Vegas Gig

Jay Leno has pulled the plug on an upcoming...   (UPI)

CNN Documentary Asks Whether College Is Worth the Price

What used to be taken as generally accepted wisdom...   (TVWeek)

NBC News Chief Answers ‘False Rumors’ of ‘Today’ Show Anchor Firings

With media attention focused on apparent turmoil behind the...   (Deadline, Us Weekly)

Report: After ‘Cringe-Worthy’ Gaffes, NBC Execs Warn Al Roker to Think Before He Speaks

Al Roker was reportedly recently told by NBC executives...  

‘Dallas’ Producers Tell Fans It’s the End of the Road for the Series

Just as the canceled A&E drama “Longmire” found a...   (Deadline)

ABC Firms Up Plans for Midseason Rollouts; New Programs to Fill Key Prime-Time Slots After Dramas Wrap

ABC has fleshed out its midseason programming plans, with...   (Deadline)

Hugh Laurie to Return to TV in First Role Since ‘House’ Ended

Actor Hugh Laurie is returning to television, marking his...   (TVGuide)

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Media Buyer of the Year

TVWeek names its Media Buyer of the Year. It's Christine Merrifield. She's President, Investment, Activation and Operations for MediaVest USA. Though she has a traditional media background, Merrifield has been on the leading edge of media dealmaking in the digital arena as she partners companies such as Google with MediaVest's blue-chip lineup of clients, from Honda to Walmart to Coke. She helps shepherd billions of dollars in media spending. If you CLICK ON THE PICTURE above you'll be taken to the interview.