Lifetime's Black Fades Out
- Black Leaving Lifetime in 2005. Lafayette, Jon // Television Week;11/15/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p1A
Reports on the decision made by Carole Black, Lifetime Entertainment Services President and CEO, to leave the company in March 2005. Reason for her resignation; Contributions of Black to the network; Career background of Black.
- Black to Fade. Larson, Megan // MediaWeek;11/15/2004, Vol. 14 Issue 41, p8
Reports on the plan of Lifetime Entertainment Services following the resignation of president and CEO Carole Black in the U.S. in March 2005. Plan of the cable television network regarding the number of movies it produces; Strategies being used to address audience declines and attract viewers;...
- Carole Black. Kelly, Caitlin // Broadcasting & Cable;1/24/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 4, p6A
Profiles Carole Black, president and chief executive officer of Lifetime Entertainment Services Co. Educational and professional career; Influence of her late Armenian grandmother Arax Boyajian on her career; Her contributions to the company.
- Carole Black For This TV Executive, a Full Lifetime of Achievement. Kelly, Caitlin // Variety;1/24/2005 Supp Legacy Awards, p6A
Profiles Carole Black, CEO of television company Lifetime Entertainment Services. Career background of Black; Overview of her retirement plans; Information on television programs of Lifetime Entertainment which cater to female audiences.
- BLACK extends brand message, leads Lifetime up the charts. Messina, Ignazio // Advertising Age;3/25/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 12, pS-11
The article focuses on how Carole Black, president and CEO of Lifetime Television, took the cable television network from sixth place in March 1999 to become the top-rated network in prime time and total day, defeating USA Network. She emphasizes a branding message and has extended its advocacy...
- Lifetime Pursues 'Really Big Niche'. Padnick, Steven // Television Week;11/10/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 45, p22
Features Carole Black, president and CEO of Lifetime Entertainment Services. Contributions to the cable network's success in capturing the female audience; Examples of television programs launched by the company; Support provided by the network to women.
- 'Someday' here for Black, will resign from Lifetime. Littleton, Cynthia // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/9/2004, Vol. 386 Issue 24, p1
This article presents information related to resignation of Carole Black as president and CEO of Lifetime Entertainment Services. After nearly six years of nurturing and expanding one of basic cable's strongest brands, Black will resign when her contract expires at the end of March. Black said...
- Black Leaving Job of a Lifetime. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;11/15/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 46, p6
Reports on the expiration of the contract of Carole Black as Lifetime Entertainment Services CEO in the U.S. in March 2005. Potential replacements for Black; Achievements of Black in building the brand of the company; Contribution of Black to several women's issues, including legal rights and...
- Cohen exits Lifetime gig. Schneider, Michael // Daily Variety;4/26/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 18, p1
The article reports on the resignation of Chief Executive Betty Cohen on her position at the cable company Lifetime Corp. in the U.S. Her departure came after the company increased its ratings following the double-digit decline in 2006. The corporate parents have been meeting with potential...