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Hyundai likes to back the zombies from AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” while Ford has displayed a yen for the fashionable bloodsuckers of the CW’s “Vampire Diaries.” Now General Motors will sponsor the…
The El Rey Network, the cable startup from Robert Rodriguez and John Fogelman's FactoryMade Ventures, is speeding toward its soft launch in December, bolstered by a strategic partnership with…
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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Jennifer Lopez is hitting the small screen in a big way.
The race is on to capture the U.S. Hispanic market, with mainstream networks and their Hispanic counterparts battling for primacy.
This time last year, John Fogelman began scouting opportunities for an English-lingo cable channel targeted to U.S.-born Hispanics.
Comcast has started to make good on its promise to launch 10 independently owned channels on its cable systems over the next eight years.
Consider this Hollywood anomaly: While fewer movies are being made, fewer writers are being hired, fewer actors are finding gigs and fewer filmmakers are closing deals, one job category is expanding…
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