The U.K. TV giant, whose hits include 'Downton Abbey' and 'X Factor,' is led by CEO Adam Crozier and expects "another strong performance" in 2015. read more
The U.K. home of 'Downton Abbey' and 'X Factor,' led by CEO Adam Crozier, expects its "best outperformance of the market" in five years read more
ITV Plc. (OTCPK:ITVPF) Q2 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call July 30, 2014, 4:00 am ET Executives Archie Norman - Chairman Adam Crozier - Chief Executive Ian Griffiths - Group Finance Director Analysts Lisa Yang - Goldman Sachs Ian...Show More Summary
UPDATED: Led by CEO Adam Crozier, the British TV giant, home of "Downton Abbey," recently benefited from coverage of the soccer World Cup and posted continued growth at ITV Studios, driven by acquisitions. read more
Adam Crozier also discusses new drama and women channels, ITV's acquisitions of production firms in the U.S. and the upcoming soccer World Cup. read more
The British TV networks company airs such ratings hits as "Downton Abbey?" and has acquired TV production firms to diversify its revenue streams. read more
UPDATED: CEO Adam Crozier highlights that the company is now a top 5 indie producer in the U.S. and lauds its continued acquisitions of TV producers, but shrugs off suggestions that ITV could look at a big deal in Scandinavia. read ...
Adam Crozier, the head of the U.K. TV giant, earned $5.6 million last year, including a $2 million bonus. read more
The stock rises after strong earnings, but asked if the U.K. TV giant has received calls from suitors, Adam Crozier says "absolutely none at all." read more
ITV chief exec Adam Crozier’s 5-year transformation plan at ITV is still underway and “gaining momentum.” The broadcaster reported its half-year results on Thursday morning with growth across all business areas. External revenues were...Show More Summary
Georg Szalai Adam Crozier, the CEO of the British broadcaster, and chairman Archie Norman discuss business and creative trends at the company's annual shareholder meeting. read more
ITV boss Adam Crozier is still pushing his way through a 5-year transformation plan at the network home of Downton Abbey. In a first quarter results report this morning, ITV said it had external revenues of £565M for a 13% increase over the same period in 2011. Show More Summary
Georg Szalai The U.K. TV company, led by CEO Adam Crozier, expects to outperform the broader market with an advertising revenue gain of 3 percent during the first half of 2012. read more
UK commercial TV leader ITV (LSE: ITV) will launch a bold new news website this spring, will start trialling its delayed “Pay Player” this May or June and will renegotiate VOD contracts hard to gain more control, CEO Adam Crozier told City analysts whilst announcing 2011 results on Wednesday.
Looks like Simon's got ambitious plans for his return to BGT! Last month, ITV president Adam Crozier confirmed that Simon Cowell would be returning to Britain's Got Talent as a judge, following The Hoff's firing! Now, Simon has opened up about his return to the show, and he's aiming HIGH this season: "I miss Britain and I [...]
Just in time to save it! With both David Hasselhof and Michael McIntyre, there is a big void left on the judging panel of Britain’s Got Talent, a void only one person can fill: The man who started it all. ITV president Adam Crozier has confirmed that Simon Cowell will return to Britain’s Got Talent next year to [...]
Deadline contributor Tim Adler files this international report: Simon Cowell will return as one of the judges on next year’s Britain’s Got Talent, ITV boss Adam Crozier has confirmed. The X Factor impresario will resume his seat on the talent show following the recent exits of judges David Hasselhof and Michael McIntyre. Show More Summary
ITV (LSE: ITV) has launched one of its first efforts on the way to charging for more digital content, an aim set by new CEO Adam Crozier.
Some unsolicited advice on Telegraph.co.uk today, from Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) CEO Jeff Bewkes to ITV (LSE: ITV), which, under new chief Adam Crozier, is keener than ever to find some content it can charge viewers for… Bewkes: “Don’t worry about that [the advertising market]. Show More Summary