New E! and G4 chief Bonnie Hammer is in Los Angeles today, where she's currently addressing the network troops.
Four new Marvel-based TV series -- "Iron Man," "X-Men," "Wolverine" and "Blade" -- will hit cabler G4 in 2011, anime-style, through a deal with Sony Pictures TV.
G4 is about to add poker-playing geeks and attractive women to its male-skewing cable lineup.
The good news for cable channel G4 is that its viewership is basically 18-34-year-old men, arguably the most coveted demographic in the ad biz.
"Lost" will soon be found on G4 and Sci Fi Channel.
Male-centric cablers G4 and Mojo are no longer holding out for "Heroes."
Comcast's G4, a cable network aimed at young men, has hired Howard Stern's longtime girlfriend, actress Beth Ostrosky, to host irreverent countdown series "Filter" and recruited Fox Sports…
Comcast-owned cable network G4 has named former E! programmer John Rieber head of production.
News Corp. is laying the groundwork for a stepped-up marketing assault for its new DBS platform DirecTV.
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