Mozhan Marnò Confirms She Is Off ‘The Blacklist’

TV Guide Magazine Still Here And Doing Just Fine

TV Guide Resets, Redesigns Magazine

TV Guide Has Been Sold, Yet Again

NTVB Media, which publishes other TV titles, becomes TV Guide‘s third owner in the past eight years. There’s potential still: It remains the No. 2 entertainment magazine in circulation.

TV Guide Axes Doug Brod As Editor-In-Chief

TV Guide Magazine Names Two Top Execs

Former TV Guide Columnist Joe Finnigan Dies

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Joe Finnigan, a veteran Hollywood reporter who chronicled the comings and goings of stars such as John Wayne, Frank Sinatra and even Lassie during a decades-long career, has died at age 88, his family said Thursday. Finnigan died of natural causes on Jan. 22 at a retirement home in the San […]

Debra Birnbaum Out TV Guide Magazine Editor

TV Guide Print, Digital Content Comes Together

Jack Kliger Named CEO Of TV Guide

CBS, Lionsgate Ink TV Guide Network Deal

The two parties take a 50-50 partnership stake in the cable network, which reaches 80 million homes, and TVGuide.com. CBS is buying its half from One Equity Partners, a private equity firm run by JPMorgan Chase.

CBS Poised To Buy Half Of TV Guide

CBS Corp. is adding a domestic basic cable network to its portfolio. It is nearing a deal to acquire JP Morgan’s One Equity Partners’ interest in TV Guide, the company that encompasses the TV Guide Network, recently rebranded as TVGN, and TVGuide.com. With the deal, which could close as early as next week, CBS will become a 50-50 partner with TV Guide co-owner Lionsgate Entertainment

TV Guide Magazine Also For Sale

As the owners of TVGuide.com and the TV Guide Network want to sell, Open Gate Capital is seeking to include the print publication in a possible package deal worth $400 million — while the private equity firm denies that the magazine is for sale.

TV Guide Aims To Own 2nd Screens With New App

Lionsgate Weighs Digital, TV Assets Spin-Off

Lionsgate Entertainment is the latest media company looking to cash in on investors’ seemingly insatiable desire for the next big tech play. It is considering a spin-off of several digital assets, including its men-focused video ad network, Break Media. The potential spin-off could also house Lionsgate’s share of pay-TV service Epix, its TV Guide and TVGuide.com assets and FearNet, a broadband and video-on-demand venture in the horror genre.

Variety’s Schneider Leaving For TV Guide