Don Groves is a Deadline contributor based in Sydney. The Bridge, the Shine America-Fox International Channels co-produced adaptation of the Scandinavian crime drama series Bron, represents what Rich Ross described as “a perfect example” of the Fox units’ concerted push into scripted fare. Show More Summary
Shine America’s Rich Ross to Keynote at Australian Conference Rich Ross, recently installed CEO of Shine America, will give the keynote address at the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association conference March 14 in Sydney. Show More Summary
Technical strategist Rich Ross hated the chart at $700 and was still down on the stock 10 days ago. Now, he loves it.
After the coffee. Before seeing what Disney will pay for the Morning Fix.
Deposed Walt Disney Studios Chairman and former Disney Channels Worldwide President Rich Ross has been named chief executive of Shine America, a production company owned by News Corp.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Walt Disney Studios chairman Rich Ross is returning to television, this time on the production side. Ross has been named CEO of Shine America, taking the reigns of the US outpost of Elisabeth Murdoch’s Shine Group. He will start in January. Show More Summary
Last night Father Tony accompanied me to the kickoff party for NYC Pride, where grand marshals Cyndi Lauper and Kiehl's president Chris Salgado mingled with Ally Sheedy, fashion queen Richie Rich, Ross The Intern, actor Gerald McCullouch,...Show More Summary
The film business is under pressure to cut costs and dramatically change the way it windows its releases. But after its bold choice of Rich Ross three years ago yielded more flops than innovation, Disney made veteran studio boss Alan Horn its new chairman Thursday.
Disney has selected the man to replace the ousted Rich Ross (whose name's superficial resemblance to rapper Rick Ross and all attendant bawse jokes were already covered here), with the studio picking Castle Rock co-founder and former Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Rich Ross is out. Alan Horn is in. Disney has been looking for a replacement for Ross, who resigned after the epic flop “John Carter,” for the last few months and today they announced that former Warner Bros. president Alan Horn would be taking the position. Bob Iger, Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, named [...]
Disney’s search for a new exec to replace the fired chairman Rich Ross has come to an end today. Alan Horn, the former president and chief operating officer at Warner Bros., is the new chairman of Disney’s motion picture studio. Variety has the initial report. Horn started in TV, was a founder of Castle Rock [...]
In the wake of Rich Ross's departure from Disney, former Warner Bros. chairman Alan Horn has landed the job of replacing him — and turning the studio around from its John Carter epic fail. Horn, who guided WB to hit franchises like Harry Potter and The Dark Knight (and, fun fact, was also in the [...]
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Walt Disney Co named Alan Horn chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, replacing Rich Ross, who left the studio in late April following the poor performance of sci-fi adventure film "John Carter."
Former Warner Bros. president.
Mr. Horn reluctantly left Warner Brothers last year, indelicately squeezed out to make room for a new generation of managers, after he successfully guided the Harry Potter franchise. He replaces Rich Ross, who was fired in March.
No word yet from Bob Iger about who might run Walt Disney Studios after Rich Ross was pushed aside as chairman last month. But the CEO told the Sanford C. Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference today that his film strategy is “clear.” It includes two animated films a year, one from Pixar and the other from Disney. Show More Summary
One analyst posed an interesting question to Disney CEO Bob Iger in the just-completed conference call to discuss fiscal Q2 earnings: In the wake of his decision last month to fire Disney Studios Chairman Rich Ross, and considering how...Show More Summary
Disney studio chief opening: Since Bob Iger fired studio chief Rich Ross, the media have tossed all sorts of prominent names into the hopper as potential successors. But who would want the job?
Broadcasters are fighting the FCC over how to disclose political ad spending. Does Disney need to replace its studio chief Rich Ross?
Also, the difficulty of filling Rich Ross's job as Disney's movie chairman, and why did Justin Patterson's killing not get the notoriety that Trayvon Martin's did?