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Comedy Central has signed a multiplatform output deal with Levity Entertainment Group, the management company behind some of the channel's biggest standup acts.
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Discovery Communications has upped Kelly Day to chief operating officer of its digital media and commerce division.
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New York-based regional sports network YES has reached an agreement with Verizon to gain national distribution in high-def over the wireless carrier's Fios subscription TV service.
Showtime has reupped "The Tudors" for a fourth season, allowing the historical drama to complete the saga of King Henry VIII.
As expected, Turner will not renew ad-agency-set drama "Trust Me" for a second season. TNT series, which stars Eric McCormack and Tom Cavanagh debuted Jan. 26 to 3.4 million viewers.
After taking a hard look at four pilots for possible series order over the past month, Showtime has passed on all of them. Meanwhile, as expected, Turner will not renew ad-agency-set drama "Trust Me"…
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