Two months after he was bounced out of Hearst Corp. amid a sexting scandal, Scott Sassa has surfaced in a new role as vice chairman of Robert Rodriguez's nascent cable channel. With Sassa on board…
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CBS has shown a knack for making smart sked moves to keep things fresh, sometimes retiring shows that were still faring relatively well or shifting them to lower-profile timeslots. And this fall…
Social change is the name of the game at Participant, which has been producing issue-oriented features and docus since it was founded in 2004.
Hearst Entertainment & Syndication president Scott Sassa has left the company, The New York Post reported late Wednesday, in light of a scandal involving a woman forwarding to his colleagues…
Lucha Libre AAA was founded in 1992 by Antonio Peña Herrada, and has become Mexico's dominant wrestling league with an audience of 1 million people who watch more than 1,000 live events per year.
The sort of second-tier animated action-comedy that can tide over family auds during the gaps between more heavily hyped big-ticket items.
James Franco and "Kink" director Christina Voros are lacing up for another documentary, this time on venerable fashion label Gucci.
The videogame industry takes its franchises even more seriously than Hollywood.
Comcast has started to make good on its promise to launch 10 independently owned channels on its cable systems over the next eight years.
Last year, Jody Lee Lipes became a guinea pig for indie filmmakers everywhere when he jumped at the chance to lense fellow Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" on a consumer-grade SLR camera.