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Hulu Adds A+E Networks to Live TV Service, Viacom Out

The video streaming service will carry six popular A+E brands like History, Lifetime and Viceland.

A+E Networks President Nancy Dubuc Discusses Canned KKK Series, Says Scientology Is Harassing Her Over Leah Remini Show

"We're very proud of her," the exec says of 'Scientology and the Aftermath' star Leah Remini. "It's a courageous thing to do."

TV Titans Roundtable: 5 Chiefs Spar Over the Future (and Netflix’s Role as Arch-Frenemy)

"More is not better. Only better is better," says HBO's Richard Plepler as he joins Netflix's Ted Sarandos, A+E's Nancy Dubuc, AMC's Josh Sapan and NBCUniversal's Bonnie Hammer for a discussion to debate the industry's 'Game of Thrones'-style fight for viewers, dwindling ratings, monetization, innovation — and the bragging rights of being the first to figure it all out.

A+E Networks’ FYI Channel Hires New Chief

Paul Greenberg, formerly of both Nylon and CollegeHumor, will serve as executive vp and general manager at the lifestyle network.

How Nancy Dubuc Keeps a $26 Billion Company on Top

The THR Power 100 honoree and president and CEO of A+E Television Networks is launching homegrown hits ('UnREAL'), swinging for the fences ('Roots' reboot) and investing in young men (Viceland).

History Chief Dirk Hoogstra Out, FYI’s Jana Bennett Takes Over

A+E will look for someone to fill Bennett's former role atop FYI and LMN.

Creative Arts Emmys: HBO Dominates as ‘Game of Thrones’ Wins Big

The network took home a total of 29 trophies Saturday night, with Bradley Whitford, Joan Cusack, Margo Martindale and Reg E. Cathey also triumphing.

A+E Networks CEO Sees Room for Two-Hour Drama Episodes Each Week

"I know that when I'm watching a drama that I love, I'm disappointed when it's over at the end of an hour," Nancy Dubuc told THR.

Jeffrey Katzenberg, Vince Gilligan, Alex Gibney, More Reveal Their Favorite Books

Big Hollywood names divulge their real-life page turners — some from the past, others fresh from the shelf.

Louis C.K. Recalls His First NYC Apartment: “It Was Pretty Gross”

And that's just one tale as several Hollywood power players, from Will Arnett to Melissa McCarthy to Leslie Moonves, reveal the sometimes scary, smelly and roach-infested digs they called home way back when.

Where the 35 Most Powerful People in Media Eat in NYC

Until hot new restaurant Polo Bar opens for lunch ("Consider this a subtle nudge!" says 'Today's' Hoda Kotb), those on THR's list are sticking with these established spots.

Peabody Awards Creates First Advisory Board

The board of 24 people comprises some of the biggest names in the film and television industry.