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63 Norwalk jobs lost with cancellation of Samantha Bee’s TBS show

The show ran seven seasons before being axed in June.

Stamford’s NBC Sports pulls the plug on NBCSN cable network

USA Network will pick up the bulk of NBCSN's programming.

Gov. Cuomo receives International Emmy Award for pandemic press conferences

Cuomo is the first incumbent elected official to receive this entertainment industry honor.

Gretchen Carlson returns to reporting with ‘People (the TV Show!)’

The Greenwich resident has hosted and produced A&E documentaries since leaving Fox News.

Altman Lighting files closing notice for Yonkers plant

Altman Lighting Inc., which was founded in 1953 and grew to become a major manufacturer of lighting equipment for theaters, television and the movies...

NY Gov. Cuomo proposes movies with popcorn, beer, wine and more

When Humphrey Bogart proposes a toast to Ingrid Bergman with “Here’s looking at you, kid” during a screening of “Casablanca” at a New York...

Ex-CBS exec Susan Levison to head WWE Studios

Levison was previously senior vice president of alternative programming at CBS Television Studios.

FASB updates accounting standard for streaming services content

FASB Chairman Russell G. Golden said the update "improves the information provided to investors about the various types of produced and licensed content."

WWE finalizes ‘SmackDown’ deal with Fox; ‘Raw’ to remain on USA

WWE management anticipates that revenue from “key content agreements” including the new U.S. deals will grow to approximately $311 million in 2019 and $462 million in 2021.

WWE signs broadcasting pact for English-language Caribbean market

Flow 1, the Grenada-based subsidiary of Miami's Cable & Wireless Communications, begins broadcasts next week.

CPTV eyes Norwalk for new production center

The PBS affiliate is exploring the potential for a new Fairfield County facility

Frontier creating all-Connecticut sports channel

Overseen by former WTNH sports anchor Noah Finz, the channel will include Fairfield University students as on-air talent.

600 Optimum employees laid off in Shelton, Stratford

The move comes after Altice completed its $17.7 billion acquisition of Optimum parent Cablevision earlier this year.

Comcast in talks with GE for NBC

GE may sell a majority stake in NBC Universal to Comcast.

Brett August: From Goshen to TV via the kitchen

Brett August could be America’s next celebrity chef. When the burner is turned off, catch him watching the Yankees.