's tally skyrocketed from two noms last year to a dozen this year, led by Oscar-nominated doc "Cartel Land," now a five-time Emmy nominee.
Australians Jason McCartney, Peter Hughes and Stuart Anstee and American Steven William Cabler
told an Indonesian court how explosives carried in a backpack and a van destroyed two packed nightclubs.
When San Francisco's Gump's decided it was time to expand a fledgling table linen business into a major linen statement including bed and bath, it put its faith in one man to get the job done: Paul Cabler
. According to vendors, it was a wise choice.
The leaders of NBCUniversal's flagship entertainment cabler
are plotting big changes in the coming year in an effort to address the elephant in the room at this year's upfront presentations: The flight of viewers to on-demand platforms has put a big dent in ratings for most of TV's largest ad-supported networks.
The series was a one-season wonder for the pay cabler
back in 2005, but its renown has endured among comedy aficionados, making the limited-run revival a can't-miss proposition no matter where the show winds up on the schedule.
Combs' music-centric startup cabler
Revolt TV bows Oct.
She'll oversee carriage pacts for Trib's 23 TV stations, national WGN America cabler
and regional sports networks in more than a dozen markets.
In its first season last year, the series was an unqualified home run for CBS Corp.'s pay cabler
. The intense political thriller proved a broad-based commerical and critical hit that had immediate traction in the social media universe and in awards races.
Showcase scored Sunday night with sci-fi police drama "Continuum," which premiered to 900,000 viewers at 9 p.m.
Comcast, the largest cabler
, fared better than most in the quarter, losing only 17,000 subscribers.
TruTV has been on a ratings tear since the cabler
formerly known as Court TV underwent a rebranding and refocusing of its primetime programming strategy in January 2008.
Yet these days, the cabler
is starting to challenge even its Fox broadcast sibling for prominence and profit-making for News Corp.