About CORE Media Group

CORE Media Group is the driving force behind many great people and entertainment brands, from iconic entertainment properties like "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance" to a growing roster of award-winning and global producing partners. Our newest series include "Euros of Hollywood" for Bravo, Prison Wives Club for Lifetime, Broke A$$ Game Show for MTV, and Hair Jacked for TruTV.

Our expertise, vision, insight, and creativity propel their popularity and expansion into new markets across all media channels, reaching more fans and delivering greater value.

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SPOTLIGHT

SYTYCD Season 12 Judges Announced!

With the new twist comes some new judges! Welcome to Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo!

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So You Think You Can Dance - Season 12!

FOX has renewed the Emmy Award-winning So You Think You Can Dance for a 12th season. From 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group and dick clark productions, So You Think You Can Dance will return in the summer of 2015 with a dramatic new twist - Stage versus Street!

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American Idol Season 14 Underway!

Watch live on FOX or americanidol.com!

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"So You Think You Can Dance" Tour!

Season 11 Tour has picked up for its second leg, visiting the West coast! Dates and ticket information at Fox.com/dance.

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TV Guide Network Wants To "Sing It On"

The CORE Media Group competition program is part of the network's recently unvelied slate of new series and returning shows.

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TruTV Orders "Hair Jacked"

The show, from CORE Media Group and Hazy Mills, features unsuspecting contestants who have the chance to win cash prizes, all while getting a haircut. 

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Howie Mandel, CORE Media Group Team Up

The "America's Got Talent" host signs a two-year, first-look deal that covers executive producing duties for TV and digital projects.

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A LOOK AT OUR CREATIVE PARTNERS

Our storytellers continue to create memorable and entertaining programming that finds rating success while helping to shape the pop culture conversation.

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