From agents to TV executives to Internet provocateurs, and digital mavens to film producers and creatives, these are the New Yorkers who are revitalizing Gotham's rich showbiz legacy.
It's good times at AMC Networks fresh off a legal settlement and with quarterly revenue up an impressive 17% on strong demand for hit shows like "The Walking Dead."
Dish and Cablevision have settled their bitter legal fight over Voom for $700 million in cash and a new long-term carriage deal for AMC Networks, returning "The Walking Dead" to Dish's 14 million…
Variety has partnered with Women in Film to host a pre-Emmy party on Sept. 21 to fete femme nominees.
AMC Networks said any monetary damages it might receive from satcaster Dish Network in an upcoming trial would be split 50-50 with its former parent company, Cablevision. A trial date will be set at…
It's been about nine months since AMC Networks was spun off from parent Cablevision and investors could swap shares of the company that's behind "Mad Men," "The Walking Dead" and "Portlandia." AMC…
Once Cablevision completes the spinoff of its programming unit Rainbow Media later this year, it will get a new name but have the same topper.
It is well known in certain circles that Rainbow Media chief exec Joshua Sapan collects art not from Christie's or Sotheby's but from the trash.
Rainbow Media's Josh Sapan, Gotham PR maven Peggy Siegal, hypenate Bob Balaban and IFC's Evan Shapiro celebrated Siegel's birthday Tuesday. Event doubled as a premiere screening for IFC's…