The CW’s New Shows, From Best to … Second Best

The CW is not a large network. Co-owned by CBS and Warner Bros., its target viewers are the teens and twentysomethings who play Minecraft, watch Netflix, work at odd hours […]

CollegeHumor Wants to Be on TV and Bring Native Ads Along

CollegeHumor is aiming for the TV set. And it wants to bring more brands with it.As announced earlier today, IAC’s Electus has essentially merged with CollegeHumor Media to form a new entity, Electus Digital. As part of that deal, the company has built out a new production unit, Big Breakfast, with the mission of bringing College Humor styled Web content to more screens, including TV and films.

Who Gets Yahoo’s Big Media Job?

Who gets Yahoo’s big media job? According to Allthingsd.com, the company is looking for a big name from TV world to help shepherd potential content deals like the one in the works for Katie Couric.

CollegeHumor CEO Resigns

CollegeHumor CEO Paul Greenberg is stepping down from his post at the company, he confirmed to Adweek on Friday. AllThingsD first reported on the news of Greenberg's departure.

Thrillist’s Shane Rahmani Moves to Electus

Shane Rahmani, formerly of Thrillist, has taken a new position with Electus, effective immediately.

Electus Invests in Hud:sun Media

IAC’s multi-platform production studio Electus is making what it’s calling a “strategic investment” in Hud:sun Media, an independent production firm known for shepherding such series as Bravo’s Pregnant in Heels and AOL’s Decoding Style wit

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Analysis: YouTube’s Originals, Seven Months After the Newfronts

Earlier this year, YouTube had its very first upfront event—dubbed a "brandcast" by the Google-run video portal—during which it laid out just what it was getting for its 

Electus Partners With Saveur on Web Series

From Top Chef to Iron Chef to Hell’s Kitchen, the TV schedule is packed with culinary competition shows. But when it comes to Americans’ insatiable appetite for all things foodie, there’s always room for more.

Six Questions: Ben Silverman