For every "Inside Job," this year's Oscar winner for best documentary feature, there are thousands of documentary films seeking a distributor. For every Ken Burns, Michael Moore and Josh Fox, who…
With the arrival of Discovery-Hasbro entity the Hub in October and the arrival of Disney Junior in 2012, the battle for kids' affections is the most competitive it's ever been.
After two years marked by a difficult advertising economy and the retreat of food advertisers, kids' TV marketers are finally optimistic about a comeback.
For syndication, these are the best of times and the worst of times: Off-net sitcoms are selling for record-setting prices, while firstrun programs struggle to find buyers.
Perhaps former Warner Bros.' syndie chief Dick Robertson said it first, but it's become a sort of mantra: "You can't underpay for failure, and you can't overpay for a hit."
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What to expect when the Oprah Winfrey Network launches Jan. 1: plenty of programming that Oprah herself would like to watch. What not to expect: too much of Oprah herself.
If a nonfiction subject exists, chances are that GRB Entertainment has done a show about it.
At GRB, Steven Montgomery is the dealmaker and the lawyer -- two areas where imagination aren't usually considered -- but Montgomery gets to be as creative in his job as the company's producers do.
GRB Entertainment got off the ground 25 years ago after Gary R. Benz and Michael Branton turned a personal tragedy into programming triumph.
When A&E asked GRB Entertainment to create a show about interventions, little did the production company know it would be creating not just a television show, but an entire social outreach program.