IFC has teamed up with Jack Black and Kyle Gass, also known as comedy rock duo Tenacious D, to promote their Los Angeles-based comedy music fest. Put together by Black and Gass, Festival Supreme is a…
On a busy morning for cable programming news, IFC is going ahead with new series “Garfunkel & Oates” for 2014, among other projects, and Spike TV announced renewals for two unscripted series. IFC has…
Maxim Magazine may be headed to television. The men’s magazine has been sold to a media group led by Calvin Darden, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The Darden Media Group aims to…
Rakuten, a diversified Japanese Internet services company, signed an agreement to acquire Viki, a global video streaming startup built to expand the reach of premium content via crowd-sourced…
Spike TV has bolstered its original series team, upping key execs and bringing aboard new players, all of whom will report to Sharon Levy, exec v.p. of original series. "The Original Series team's…
A funny thing has been happenning lately at Spike TV: Femme viewers have been showing up.
It isn’t just the 18- to 34-year-old crowd of dudes that’s tuning into Spike TV these days. Fresh off the success of “Ink Master,” “Bar Rescue” and “Tattoo Nightmares,” the male-centric cabler is…
When it comes to the Directors Guild of America, Taylor Hackford is a traditionalist -- declaring that with his second two-year term coming to a close, it's time to hand the reins over to someone…
Spike TV has renewed ratings darlings "Ink Master" and "Tattoo Nightmares" for new seasons.
Tattoo artist Keith Ciaramello is looking to spread his ink to cable.
Impact report rewards those who go against the grain. Here is a list of producers, execs, agents who lead the field.
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- Cannes 2017 Lineup Is High on Auteur Intrigue, Low on Safe Awards Bets
- John Ridley’s L.A. Riots Documentary ‘Let It Fall’ Aims for Oscars Over Emmys