As Shark Week begins Sunday, Aug. 10, so does viewers’ amazement at the titles of Discovery’s new specials. “We have brainstorm meetings for titles on every show, and I’m telling you, when a brainstorm meeting on the next car show comes up, you go to a conference room and there’s like four people in it,” Michael Sorensen, VP of development and production for the channel, says. “Anytime we have a Shark Week brainstorm for… Continue reading Shark Week: How Discovery chooses titles like ‘Air Jaws: Fin of Fury’
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Discovery Channel has revealed the dates and early line-up for its wildly (get it? GET IT?) popular Shark Week, the network’s almost 30-year-old annual summertime event.
Shark Week 2014 will kick off on Discovery Sunday, August 10, and will continue all week long with new programming during primetime followed each night by the hourlong special Shark After Dark, airing live at 11 p.m., featuring shark experts and celebrity guests (last year’s included Tara Reid… Continue reading Discovery Channel announces Shark Week premieres, teases glow-in-the-dark sharks — EXCLUSIVE
Johri has been promoted to Executive Vice President & GM, South Asia and Head of Revenue, Pan-Regional Ad Sales and Southeast Asia
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | April 11, 2014
Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific (DNAP) has promoted Rahul Johri to the role of Executive Vice President and General Manager, South Asia and Head of Revenue, Pan-Regional Ad… Continue reading News Update: Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific elevates Rahul Johri
That’s what Greek authorities want to find out as they try to find the real family of a little blonde girl discovered living with a Gypsy family.
Police had raided the Gypsy camp in central Greece searching for weapons and drugs.
Instead they found the girl, who they’ve named Maria, living with a couple who clearly weren’t her parents.
The couple had registered 14 children with different… Continue reading Discovery Of Kidnapped Girl With Greek Gypsies Gives New Hope To Madeline McCann Parents
The family of a woman who was killed when pyrotechnics malfunctioned during a TV shoot is suing the Discovery Communications, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Terry Flannel’s family is suing the network because they say she died when a rocket was set off for the filming of the opening scene of “Brother in Arms,” a 2011 pilot that never made it to air. Five individuals were supposed to walk… Continue reading Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Discovery After Woman Dies During Filming