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He follows the circus of the stars

Harvey Levin: Traditionally, nobody thought of a vibrant news organization online. It was all part of a TV show. When we broke the Mel Gibson story, we broke it at 8:32 on a Friday night. You can't do that on a TV show. When we get it right, we get it up. It's that simple. Because of that, I figured if we could aggressively chase stories and be accurate and fair, I felt we could win.

Nick splits games, virtual worlds

MTV Networks' Nickelodeon Kids and Family Group said Tuesday that it has formed separate divisions focused on gaming and virtual worlds and has promoted executives from within the Viacom-owned company to run the new groups.

Q&A: Harvey Levin

Levin recently talked to THR about TMZ's foray into television, getting up at 3:30 a.m. and whether he and his team have ever crossed the line.

AOL inks deal with Scripps

AOL will distribute video clips from Scripps Networks' HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network and Fine Living Network, the companies said Wednesday.

MySpace gets makeover; options for branding grow

News Corp.'s MySpace said today that it is rolling out a redesigned home page, TV player and other enhancements beginning next week.

WBTV’s fare finds slew of digital homes

Warner Bros. Television Group said Thursday that its content will be distributed through branded channels on Dailymotion, Joost, Sling Media, TiVo and Veoh Networks.

MySpace gets makeover

News Corp.'s MySpace said Friday that it is rolling out a redesigned home page, TV player and other enhancements beginning next week.

Warner Bros. TV Group in new partnerships

Warner Bros. Television Group said Thursday that its content will be distributed through branded channels on Dailymotion, Joost, Sling Media, TiVo and Veoh Networks.

Brad Garrett into online ‘Dating’

Brad Garrett is making his foray into digital entertainment with "Dating Brad Garrett," an online reality show he is starring in and executive producing.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia chief exits

The teaming of Martha Stewart and Susan Lyne is over. Lyne has stepped down from her post as president and CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia after four years.

Viacom cuts first content deal with Hulu

Hulu will offer full-length episodes of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report," the companies said Tuesday.

This covers all: FSN rocks RPS

The USA Rock Paper Scissors League is proving to have staying power in the media industry.