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Why Starz Is Looking for Truth and Spectacle and Bringing In Talent From Outside the TV Realm Like 50 Cent and Michael Bay

Why Starz Is Looking for Truth and Spectacle and Bringing In Talent From Outside the TV Realm Like 50 Cent and Michael Bay

Starz's managing director Carmi Zlotnik talks about betting big on pirate…

Why Syfy is Embracing Transmedia With Its New Series While Chiller Looks to Indie Directors For Its Horror Originals

Why Syfy is Embracing Transmedia With Its New Series While Chiller Looks to Indie Directors For Its Horror Originals

Dave Howe, the head of Syfy and the recently launched horror channel Chiller…

Why Despite Its Roots in Doc Programming, Nat Geo's Been Finding New Success in Scripted Films

Why Despite Its Roots in Doc Programming, Nat Geo's Been Finding New Success in Scripted Films

National Geographic Channels president Howard T. Owens talks introducing…

Why Dramas Like 'Bates Motel' Are So Important for A&E, Even When the Network's Topping the Reality Rankings With 'Duck Dynasty'

Why Dramas Like 'Bates Motel' Are So Important for A&E, Even When the Network's Topping the Reality Rankings With 'Duck Dynasty'

A&E's General Manager David McKillop explains why scripted programming is…

With 'Breaking Bad' Over and 'Mad Men' In Its Final Season, How AMC is Preparing for the Future

With 'Breaking Bad' Over and 'Mad Men' In Its Final Season, How AMC is Preparing for the Future

AMC's President Charlie Collier talks about the future of the network with…

How HBO Has Stayed on Top of the Game by Embracing Stories With Endings and Making Sunday the Best TV Night of the Week

How HBO Has Stayed on Top of the Game by Embracing Stories With Endings and Making Sunday the Best TV Night of the Week

HBO's president of programming Michael Lombardo talks "True Detective," why…

Why Showtime Wants Series That Are 'A Little Bit Dangerous,' Even If That Means Moving Away From Big, Serialized Dramas

Why Showtime Wants Series That Are 'A Little Bit Dangerous,' Even If That Means Moving Away From Big, Serialized Dramas

In 1976, Showtime became one of the first cable channels to achieve national…

How Sundance Channel's Indie Film Roots Can Be Felt In Its Original Dramas

How Sundance Channel's Indie Film Roots Can Be Felt In Its Original Dramas

Check out our interview with Sarah Barnett, the President and General Manage…

Why Its UK Influence Has Allowed BBC America to Be Ahead of the Curve as a 'Very Auteur-Oriented Channel'

Why Its UK Influence Has Allowed BBC America to Be Ahead of the Curve as a 'Very Auteur-Oriented Channel'

In the first installment of an ongoing interview series with network heads,…


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