CableFAX has launched a new initiative to supplement our daily publication with special magazine issues, Webinars, networking events, roundtables, new awards programs and more. As a result, several of CableWorld’s signature issues will fold into CableFAX Magazine. CableWorld will cease publication after the Dec 10 issue, but Editor Seth Arenstein and Managing Editor Steve Goldstein will move into newly expanded roles overseeing the CableFAX magazines and compelling new Web features at our cable360.net Web site. Michael Grebb remains executive editor of CableFAX Daily and will head up several other areas, including CableFAX-branded events and new premium products. Grebb will also oversee a series of Webinars and roundtables. In ’08, CableFAX will also present the first annual Programmies Awards for top cable programs across all categories. The new CableFAX group “will provide cable executives with the tools and ideas to expand their businesses and personal networks amid unprecedented competition,” said Diane Schwartz, vp of the Media Communications Group, which includes the CableFAX portfolio and sister brands min and PR News.

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AMC Networks Joins UMC, WE tv Structure

AMC Networks is strategically aligning its UMC streaming service and WE tv under a common leadership team run by UMC’s former chief content officer Brett Dismuke.

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