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Company Updates

  • Congratulations to Jana Winograde who made The Hollywood Reporter’s 2019 Women in Entertainment Power 100 list!

  • A great start to the week! Gary Levine, President of Entertainment, discussed upcoming programming for SHOWTIME and more with our New York office.

  • SHOWTIME has been named the most LGBTQ-inclusive network on cable by GLAAD in their annual Where We Are on TV report. The report counts 38 regular and recurring LGBTQ characters across the network’s primetime scripted series – shows highlighted include the upcoming L Word: Generation Q (premiering Sunday 12/8), Billions, The Chi, Kidding, The Affair, Black Monday, Ray Donovan and Shameless.

    Where We Are on TV Report - 2019

    The Where We Are on TV report analyzes the overall diversity of primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks and looks at the number of LGBTQ characters on cable networks and streaming services for the 2019-2020 TV season.Download the full report


  • Congrats to our amazing SHOWTIME Execs who made @CableFax’s 2019 Most Influential Multi-Ethnic Executives list!

    Cablefax Diversity List 2019 - Cablefax

    Congratulations to the 2019 Most Influential Multi-Ethnic Executives! These awards celebrate those whose contributions in technical, legal, financial, creative and other fields help to shape the media and broadband industry. This issue also salutes NAMIC's honorees for the 2019 Excellence in Multicultural Marketing Awards.

  • Multichannel News will honor SHOWTIME executive Julia Veale at its inaugural “Wonder Women In Streaming” ceremony on September 5th. Congratulations, Julia!

    Finding a Path to Streaming

    NAME: Julia Veale TITLE: Executive VP, Business, Product Development & Management COMPANY: Showtime Networks CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Veale has been a key player in launching Showtime's streaming service, on-demand services, HD channels, interactive TV and the formation of the joint venture with the Smithsonian Institution to create Smithsonian Networks.

  • “Television is the most powerful force in the world.” ‘The Loudest Voice’ starring Russell Crowe playing Roger Ailes premieres June 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

  • Desus Nice and the Kid Mero aren’t your parents’ late-night hosts.

    Desus and Mero Aren't Your Parents' Late-Night Hosts

    The pair discusses their upgrade to Showtime and their aspirations of Kevin Hart-level saturation.

  • Celebrating our one month anniversary in our new office! We’ve moved from our Westwood location into the newly renovated space at The Lot Studios in West Hollywood. "We wanted a space that said who we were as a company and how we wanted to work," says Jana Winograde, President of Entertainment.

    Showtime Moves Into New West Hollywood Headquarters

    L.A.'s Hollywood district just got a little more Showtime. The cable network has moved out of its longtime Westwood home and into new 50,000-square-foot headquarters at The Lot Studios at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and North Formosa Avenue in West Hollywood.

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