Viewers anticipating the debut of Esquire Network will have to wait a little longer. The net confirmed to Variety that it has delayed the launch of the modern men’s network — a rebranding of G4…
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CBS has confirmed its purchase of a 50% stake in the TV Guide Network cabler and TVGuide.com, a deal that sees the Eye partnering with Lionsgate in the assets. TV Guide will “continue to be…
GMC will have a new moniker this fall, as the faith-friendly cabler renames itself Up.
Lionsgate is looking to rebrand TV Guide Network in order to distinguish it from the brand's dot-com extension, which the studio is moving closer to unloading, according to sources.
G4 has canceled long-running skeins "Attack of the Show!" and "X-Play," signaling the first move in the cabler's brand overhaul.
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G4 is going less geek, more chic.
After bankruptcy and the departure of its founder, RHI Entertainment has rebranded as Sonar Entertainment and tapped Stewart Till as chief executive.
News Corp.'s Shine Group is rolling up its U.S. divisions into a single entity to be known as Shine America.
Mark Cuban has sold stakes in his HDNet cabler to AEG, Ryan Seacrest Media and CAA with the aim of rebranding it as a TV destination for live programming.
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