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In August, IM Global launched a television division, IM Global Television, and now has eight projects in various stages of development. "Our plan was very much to be methodical, and we're well ahead…
In the era of print media provocation of newsstand sales and the need to make the news to cover the news, it isn’t too much of a surprise that Rolling Stone took a more creative approach to its…
Syfy is adapting Philip K. Dick's book "The Man in the High Castle" into a four-part miniseries, with Ridley Scott attached to exec produce.
While J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot and Valve Software are planning to develop films around the developer's "Half-Life" and "Portal" franchises, Trion Worlds and Syfy have a warning for them: It's not as…
Universal Cable Prods. is tapping the muscle of the Machinima to draw viewers to its "Battlestar Galactica" Web prequel "Blood and Chrome."
Syfy has picked up competition series "Face Off" up for a fourth season.
Syfy has given a six-episode order to docu-series "School Spirits" from Mark Burnett and Seth Jarrett. Production is set to begin Nov. 28.
Syfy is getting into the Billy Ray Cyrus business, moving into development on "UFO: Unbelievably Freakin' Obvious."
Now that he's off the island, "Lost" director/exec producer Jack Bender has found another gig.
Dave Howe has been beamed up to prexy of Sci Fi Channel, with longtime Sci Fi chief Bonnie Hammer stepping back from day-to-day control of the channel she helped build into a basic cable powerhouse.
Sci Fi Channel has greenlit the pilot "Warehouse 13," an "X-Files"-meets-"Moonlighting" take on two FBI agents in charge of a top-secret storage facility.