History's top draws today are reality shows starring characters like the Old Man and Chumlee from "Pawn Stars," but not so long ago History was considered cable's pre-eminent World Ward II channel…
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Participant Media said Tuesday it is buying an equity stake in Cineflix Media, its first major push into television since naming IFC and Sundance topper Evan Shapiro to lead that business.
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Despite GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney's call for ending federal funding for public broadcasting, PBS execs say that it will be the viewing public that determines whether the network will thrive or…
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