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Kevin Kay Bids Viacom Farewell With Moving Exit Memo: “Be Fearless”

The 25-year Viacom executive was pushed out as president of Paramount Network as part of the media conglomerate's latest restructuring. Friday was his last day.

Kevin Kay Out; Kent Alterman to Take Over Paramount Network in Viacom Restructuring

Viacom reshuffles cable decks again: Kevin Kay is out at Paramount Network, with Comedy Central president Kent Alterman adding oversight of the general entertainment destination and TV Land.

Paramount Network Launches: What to Expect From Viacom’s General Entertainment Hub

Spike will be rebranded starting Thursday, when Viacom launches its general entertainment destination. The executives, showrunners and stars from the cabler's first four scripted shows met the press Monday at TCA.

Paramount Network Chief on Kevin Costner’s Massive Salary, Rebranding Spike TV

Kevin Kay, who also oversees TV Land and CMT, shares what it was like to work through a very public legal battle between former CEO Philippe Dauman and his then-boss Sumner Redstone.

Kyle Killen Adapting Ed Brubaker’s ‘Velvet’ for Paramount Network (Exclusive)

The Image Comics graphic novel would be the first original drama from Paramount Television to be developed specifically for the upcoming Paramount Network.

Layoffs Hit Viacom as TV Land, Paramount Network Merge Key Operations

Spike exec vp programming Tom Zappala will exit as TV Land's Karen Cummins, Scott Gregory and Deva Newman add Paramount Network to their titles.

Kevin Kay Outlines Paramount Network Launch Plans, Sets First Slate

The soon-to-be-former Spike TV has also renewed 'Lip Sync Battle' for a fourth season as the executive talks with THR about his long-term plans for TV Land and CMT as well as how vertically aligned his new network will be.

It’s Official: Sharon Levy Sets Spike Exit Amid Paramount Network Rebranding

TV Land's Keith Cox is poised to take on an expanded role as president of development and production at what will (eventually) become the Paramount Network.