National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh.
France Televisions Distribution, the overseas sales unit of Gallic pubcaster France Televisions, has sold two-part historical docu "Apocalypse Hitler" to the National Geographic Channel.
National Geographic will turn its 3D lens to the world of the invisible, with giant-screen film "Hidden Worlds" up next for the nature production company.
National Geographic Channel has greenlit a series chronicling the efforts of Virgin's Richard Branson to make space tourism a reality.
Adam Leipzig is departing as president of National Geographic Films and may be replaced by lame duck Miramax president Daniel Battsek.
National Geographic Channels Intl. and PCCW's Now TV have launched Hong Kong's first high-definition, 24-hour documentary channel -- National Geographic Channel HD.
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