HDNet is no more as of Monday.
Mark Cuban has sold stakes in his HDNet cabler to AEG, Ryan Seacrest Media and CAA with the aim of rebranding it as a TV destination for live programming.
When Mark Cuban launched HDNet a decade ago, the brash billionaire had no particular preference about the kind of fare he would broadcast.
After more than six decades in the news business, Dan Rather is just hitting his stride.
VH1 Classic has a Positively Fourth Street treat on Thanksgiving for overstuffed Bob Dylan fans. As if there isn't enough Dylan fever stirred up by the impending release of Todd Haynes' biopic "I'm…
Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban's HDNet Films has hired Steven Soderbergh to direct six high-definition films that would be released simultaneously in theaters, on television and on homevideo.
HD Net, the cable network that provides a menu of news, sports, music and entertainment shows transmitted in high definition, has bought exclusive high-def rights to "Smallville," from Warner Bros…
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