Top NBCU Digital Exec Lauren Zalaznick to Depart Company

The big media exec has been the one of the most interesting and well known in Silicon Valley, having made many efforts to reach out to the tech digerati.

Set Phasers to Hulu: CBS Cuts Another Web Video Deal

The video joint venture now has shows from all four broadcast TV networks. But there’s a catch …

Top HBO Digital Exec Alison Moore Hired to Run NBCU’s DailyCandy

The longtime premium cable exec will push the women-focused site and newsletter to new platforms.

NBC Reruns on Netflix Boost Comcast’s Bottom Line

Yes, Netflix is playing around with new shows. But it is spending the really big bucks on old stuff — just ask NBC, which picked up hundreds of millions of high-margin dollars last year.

Ahead of Tablet Launch, Amazon Adds Fox Shows to Streaming Catalog

Jeff Bezos adds (old) shows like “24,” “Arrested Development” and “The X-Files,” and says he’s now up to 11,000 titles in his catalog. Good to have before Wednesday’s event …


“Ultimate Fighting” Eyeing New Prey: A Cable Network

Ultimate Fighting Championship, which pits boxers and martial-arts specialists against each other in bloody bouts, is in talks to acquire control of its own cable network, said people familiar with the matter, as it seeks a more direct relationship with the sport’s growing fan base.

Is Jason Kilar Trying to Get Fired?

Did the Hulu CEO just channel Jerry Maguire? Or did he think his future as a TV manifesto would sway his network owners? It may not matter.

Jon Stewart's Hulu Price Tag: At Least $40 Million

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were two of Hulu’s biggest draws until they left the video site last March. And it will cost Hulu $40 million or more to get them back.

Boxee: Either Jeff Zucker or Jason Kilar Is Lying About Booting Us Off Hulu

Little Boxee, the much hyped Web video service, played a cameo role at today’s Congressional hearings on the Comcast-NBCU deal. And as sometimes happens when Boxee and big media intersect, controversy ensued.

News Corp.: Conan’s Not Coming to Fox Just Yet; Amazon’s Ready to Bend on E-Book Pricing

Amazon caved to Macmillan’s demands on e-book pricing, and now the online retailer is set to give News Corp.’s HarperCollins a new deal too, says Rupert Murdoch. Meanwhile, don’t hold your breath waiting for Conan O’Brien on Fox.

NBC Cleans Up Its Earnings Act for Comcast

Zucker: Apple of His Eye?