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TV Week March 16, 2008 8:45 PM

Indie Seller Makes Dent in Syndie
ES Cartwright Clears 2 Weeklies

Independent syndicators continue to struggle to re-establish themselves as leading purveyors of first-run weekend programming, despite the fact that stations are stockpiling both off-net hours and paid programming to run in those slots.

One distributor, however, is meeting with success.

"Its difficult for stations, especially [the situation with] paid programming...(more)

Variety August 7, 2007, 8:35pm PT

Radar Distribution names toppers
Cartwright, Robbins to lead new unit

Ernest Cartwright and Mark Robbins will serve as co-presidents of Radar Distribution, a new division of Radar Entertainment to develop new shows for fall 2008 debuts.

New unit will also take over Radar Entertainment CEO Vincent Dymon's new court strip, "Jury Duty," which preems Sept. 17.

Robbins will be based in Chicago and will manage the Eastern Region of the country while Cartwright will...(more)

Midweek October 27, 2006

Good Morning From Hawaii
Thanks to a new TV show, starting next week the rest of the world will be waking up to mornings in Hawaii

Can a tough-guy stuntman who has played the villain for most of his career transform into a charming, charismatic talk show host?

Local actor Branscombe Richmond is about to find out. He will make his television debut as a rousing, chatty host on a new local and national show called Good Morning Hawaii. It airs weekdays on KHON-TV starting Monday, Nov. 6, at 11 a.m. with an encore at 4:30 the following morning.

Reminiscent of local TV shows of old, such as Sunrise with Kini Popo and Hawaii A.M. with Don Robbs...(more)

Variety November 3, 2004, 10:00pm PT

AIM launches TV distrib unit
Bicoastal offices headed by prexy Cartwright

HOLLYWOOD -- AIM Tell-A-Vision, the force behind syndicated programs "American Latino TV" and "Latin Fuze," has launched an inhouse TV distribution arm, AIM Tell-A-Vision Distribution.

Company's bicoastal offices will be headed by prexy Ernest Cartwright in Los Angeles.

A nearly 20-year broadcast syndication veteran, Cartwright will report to AIM Tell-A-Vision prexy-CEO Robert Rose, who's based in New York.

Variety May 7, 2003, 8:07pm PT

Ernest Cartwright

CF Entertainment has promoted Ernest Cartwright to exec VP and tapped Peter Preis as VP, marketing and sales, for the Western U.S.

Cartwright reports directly to chairman-CEO Byron Allen. He will focus on expanding TV program sales outside of domestic broadcast syndication.

Preis, formerly director of Western sales at Universal Worldwide Television, will be responsible for securing, upgrading and extending station clearances.


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