Stephen Colbert ditched the White House Correspondents Assn. Dinner on Saturday for the Montclair Film Festival’s special screening of Sidney Lumet’s “Network.” After the retrospective screening…
OWN has acquired the network television rights to "Lee Daniels' The Butler," co-starring network founder Oprah Winfrey, for the the first broadcast window beyond pay television beginning in 2017…
NBCUniversal cabler Esquire Network launches today, and with it arrives a major promotion. Adam Stotsky has been upped from general manager of Esquire to president and will lead the modern male net…
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Lord knows magazines need to creatively exploit new revenue streams, but why viewers need an Esquire network remains a mystery. Having finally settled on a Comcast channel to displace (Style, we…
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…
Jonas Engwall has been appointed as CEO of RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network, the newly formed broadcast group. He will be based in Singapore and report directly to the board of directors. "Jonas…
NBCUniversal, in a tacit acknowledgement the portfolio of cable networks it has amassed since the company was taken over by Comcast in 2011 had grown unwieldy, moved unexpectedly Monday to realign…
AT&T and Pac-12 Conference reached a deal Saturday under which the telco will carry three Pac-12 television networks and will become the exclusive wireless provider for the conference’s athletic…
he Food Network is being joined by 28 other cable networks to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the U.S. during September.
There is a sketch comedy crisis in television, but it has little to do with "Saturday Night Live."
Cartoon Network and The Lego Group have teamed for “Mixels,” a franchise venture that will feature animated content, digital gaming experiences and a collectible building toy concept. Toon content…