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Lionsgate announced the launch of a new specialty distribution label that will focus on multiplatform release strategies in an effort to cater to next-generation audiences.
Chinese film production company Huayi Brothers Media Corp. has closed a major deal with Robert Simonds' new movie and TV studio, STX Entertainment, to finance and distribute movies.
When cable TV was growing in the 1980s and '90s, many of its programs were past hits from the lineups of ABC, CBS and NBC.
Charter Communications Inc. has scooped up Bright House Networks with a proposed $10.4-billion takeover bid that accelerates the consolidation of the cable television and Internet service landscape.
Barbara Walters’ famous chats with the infamous have found a home on cable network Investigation Discovery.
Anne Sweeney, the former co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney/ABC Television Group, has joined Netflix’s board of directors.
When will the 2002 comedy "Super Troopers" get a sequel? Apparently, "the time is meow."
Harvey Weinstein has a plan to deal with the world’s anti-Semites: “Kick them in the a--”
CBS' "The Late Late Show With James Corden" kicked off overnight with laughs and solid ratings.
The California Public Utilities Commission has delayed until May 7 its vote on Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable.
The Paley Center for Media sits in the axis of the media universe in New York.
CBS News President David Rhodes signed a new deal with the network that keeps him in charge of his division through 2019.
The nation buzzed about the Sunday finale of the HBO documentary series "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" as if it was the shocking twist of a Shonda Rhimes drama series or a marriage proposal gone wrong on "The Bachelor."
Sony Playstation is checking out the Vue.
A changing of the programming guard is coming to the A&E and History networks.
Though Disney's "Cinderella" enchanted audiences over the weekend, the film fell short of its studio-estimated $70.1 million debut.
Baseball fans looking for a resolution in the long-running battle over distribution of a TV channel featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers will have to wait even longer.
CBS and Thursday are anything but an odd couple.
China's Hunan TV & Broadcast Intermediary Co. will give film studio Lionsgate as much as $375 million in production financing over the next three years, making it the biggest Hollywood deal by a Chinese company to date.
Media giant Viacom has agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by former interns who demanded to be paid for their time at Viacom's television networks, including MTV and BET.