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AMC Networks Doesn’t Need a Big Upfront Event. It Has The Walking Dead

AMC Networks is one of many companies that have moved away from pricey upfront spectacles in favor of smaller, more intimate gatherings with clients. But it also has one of the easiest upfront sells thanks to a little franchise called The Walking Dead.

WE tv Offers Advertisers ‘Unprecedented’ Access to Its Star, David Tutera

Most networks are using "data" as their big upfronts buzzword this year. For WE tv, it's "David"—as in David Tutera.The star of the cable network's David Tutera's Celebrations, is at the center of what WE tv is calling its most comprehensive sponsorship opportunity ever: the WE Suite.

Walking Dead Breathes Life Into AMC Networks

Powered by the voracious and indefatigable phenomenon that is The Walking Dead, AMC Networks enjoyed a strong fourth quarter, boosting ad sales revenue 31 percent to $205 million.

DISH Network Threatens to Drop AMC

DISH Network subscribers who also happen to be fans of Mad Men, The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad may be in for a rude awakening this summer, as the satellite-TV service on Friday threatened to kick AMC off its channel lineup.

‘Dead’ Breathes Life Into AMC Networks

Driven by a significant uptick in ad sales dollars, AMC Networks today reported a 53 percent jump in fourth-quarter profits.The New York-based cable network group, which houses AMC, IFC, the Sundance Channel and WE tv, posted Q4 net income of $29.5 million, or 40 cents a share, compared to $19.3 million, or 28 cents a share, during the same period last year.