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  • Eighth Annual Stand Up for Vets Benefit Expands to Dozens of NYC Venues

    In 2007, "stand up for heroes," a benefit for the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which helps injured veterans, debuted at the 1,400-seat Town Hall during the New York Comedy Festival. The event soon moved to the 2,800-seat Beacon Theatre. By last year "Stand Up" had moved up to the Theater at Madison Square Garden, which holds 5,500 people.
  • Madison Square Garden Co. To Explore A Split of Businesses

    A company that was created through a spin-off is now proposing a spin-off of its own: The Madison Square Garden Company, the owner of the New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New York Liberty, wants to separate its professional sports teams and cable...

    Jon Stewart's 'Night of Too Many Stars' Telethon Set for March 8 on Comedy Central

    Jon Stewart's Busboy Prods. and Comedy Central are reuniting for the sixth biennial "Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs." The event will premiere on Comedy Central on March 8, with Stewart hosting an evening full of...

    Bill Cosby Leads 2014 New York Comedy Festival Lineup

    Bill Cosby will play Carnegie Hall as part of the 2014 New York Comedy Festival, which boasts a lineup that includes new names to the fest such as Amy Schumer and Nick Offerman as well as festival veterans like Bill Maher. Other comedians on this year'...

    Upfronts: 'Gotham' Impresses as Fox Talks 'Next-Generation' Approach

    After a tough season in the ratings, Fox put the emphasis on the re-engineering of what Kevin Reilly dubbed "America's next-generation network" at its upfront Monday, held at Gotham's Beacon Theater. And there was barely a mention of "American Idol,"...