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  • Viacom Grants Verizon Wireless Nationwide Rights for TV Service

    Verizon Communications and Viacom have reached a pact under which the programmer -- whose properties include MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central -- has granted national rights to distribute Viacom content to Verizon Wireless customers. Neither company...
  • Viacom Blocks Suddenlink Broadband Customers from Online TV Shows

    Viacom, engaged in a contract dispute with Suddenlink Communications, is preventing the midsize cable operator's broadband customers from accessing its online properties -- a tactic the programmer has used in past carriage fights. As of midnight Tuesday,...
  • Suddenlink Launches Glenn Beck's TheBlaze After Removing Viacom Outlets

    TheBlaze, the news and opinion network founded by Glenn Beck, has launched on Suddenlink Communications, the nation's seventh-largest cable operator. TheBlaze will be universally available across Suddenlink's footprint on its expanded basic level of...
  • Discovery boosts its stake in Hub Network

    Discovery boosts its stake in Hub Network
    Discovery Communications has increased its ownership stake in a children's channel known as the Hub Network and plans to rebrand it as Discovery Family with hopes of appealing to a wider audience. The Burbank-based channel, launched four years ago,...
  • Sony PlayStation TV to hit stores October 14

    Sony Corp said its PlayStation TV set-top box, which allows users to access movies and TV episodes from the PlayStation store, will hit stores in the United States and Canada on Oct. 14. The price for a standalone PlayStation TV (PS TV) is $99.99, the...
  • Cablevision Sues Union, Fired Employee for Defamation

    Cablevision filed a defamation suit against Communications Workers of America, a union official and a fired employee, claiming that they have falsely accused the company of racist treatment. Jerome Thompson, a Cablevision technician, was fired on Aug....
  • Nickelodeon Selects Global Animated Shorts Finalists

    Nickelodeon has chosen the eight finalists to its second edition of the Global Animated Shorts Program, created to fast-track up-and-coming talent. Selected out of more than 600 submissions, Nickelodeon picked eight shorts spanning the UK, Spain, Italy,...
  • 'The Judge' Rules the Week in TV Advertising Spend

    In this week's edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by iSpot.tv, new entrant "The Judge" leads in spending with an estimated outlay of $7.3 million for spots that have aired 940 times across 39 networks through September 21. The...
  • Time Warner focuses on its growth strategy for HBO

    Time Warner focuses on its growth strategy for HBO
    HBO typically needs a wheelbarrow to haul all of the trophies it collects during awards season. Top-tier Hollywood producers, directors and stars, including Martin Scorsese, Steven Soderbergh and Matthew McConaughey, long have been lured by the rich...
  • YouTube's Smosh Guys on Making Their First Movie: 'We Had to Learn How to Act'

    For YouTube stars Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox -- proprietors of popular comedy channel Smosh -- embarking on a feature-length movie was worlds apart from their day jobs. The duo star in "The Smosh Movie," a madcap misadventure based on their YouTube...
  • Adam Fogelson to head film group at Robert Simonds' new studio

    Adam Fogelson to head film group at Robert Simonds' new studio
    Adam Fogelson, the former chairman of Universal Pictures, has been tapped to run the movie division of the new film and television studio founded by producer Robert Simonds. The hire elevates the profile of a fledgling venture that doesn't have a name yet...