Anne Sweeney and Marlene King of Disney and ABC tell Katie Boehret about the racy TV shows they couldn't (or could) watch as kids--and whether they enforce similar rules with their own kids as parents.
Kara Swisher's son doesn't know what a network is. So she asked Disney/ABC executive Anne Sweeney, along with 'Pretty Little Liars' producer Marlene King, to explain it.
A big part of Twitter's business strategy is to woo the TV industry. And if the opinions of Disney-ABC Television Group President Anne Sweeney and 'Pretty Little Liars'' exec producer I. Marlene King are any indication, it's paying off.
Disney/ABC Television Group President Anne Sweeney and WSJ Deputy Managing Editor Alan Murray discuss the decline in broadcast viewership and its effects on the business strategies of content providers.
Anne Sweeney, one of Disney's top television executives who helped bring TV shows to Apple's iTunes digital store, is leaving the company at the end of the year. Sweeney, co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of the Disney/ABC Television Group, said in a statement that she will pursue becoming a director of TV shows. An 18-year veteran of the company, Sweeney was repeatedly named the 'most powerful woman in entertainment' by The Hollywood Reporter.
Co-chair of Disney Media, Anne Sweeney talks about her career path and working for media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Under Anne Sweeney, Disney/ABC Television Group became the first media company to put television content on new platforms.
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