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Longtime TV exec Garth Ancier is going retro with a new cable networks venture, and he's brought industry veterans Diane Robina, Alan Goodman and Michael Ross along for the trip.
TV Guide Network programming chief Diane Robina has resigned her post, a rep for the cable channel confirmed.
TV Guide Network viewers got their nails done in record numbers Tuesday night as the cabler drew a record aud of 252,000 for the first showing of "Nail Files."
As TV Guide Network continues its transition to a full-fledged programming channel, the cabler announced a half-dozen new series and minis currently in development.
When TV Guide Network prexy Ryan O'Hara left in early February to become CEO of the Topps trading card company in New York, it was assumed the cabler would replace him.
President of the cabler is moving to Gotham to begin another venture for a new capacity, but in what capacity is unclear. His upcoming position is expected to be announced next week.
Horror pic "Catacombs" will get its U.S. premiere on Fearnet, the video-on-demand movie service jointly owned by Comcast, Sony Pictures TV and Lionsgate.
Lionsgate has come aboard Fearnet, the horror-themed video-on-demand co-venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Comcast that's set to launch Oct. 31.