David Unger Leaves ICM Partners For Resolution

Resolution Agency Chairman Jeff Berg announced that, after 15 years at ICM, talent and literary David Unger is joining, and next up is Robert Lazar. (DH)

BSkyB, Disney Ink Exclusive Rights Deal

The deal gives BSkyB exclusive rights to Disney‘s new and classic titles and includes the creation of pay-TV channel Sky Movies Disney, which beings airing March 28. (DH)

Sony Previews PlayStation 4: More Power, More Immersive Games Planned

Sony held an event Wednesday at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City to unveil its PlayStation 4, and its gaming partners promised the powerful new console would provide immersive hands-free gaming experiences that rival Hollywood blockbusters. (THR)

Nielsen Agrees to Expand Definition of TV Viewing

The Nielsen Co. is expanding its definition of television and will introduce a comprehensive plan to capture all video viewing including broadband and Xbox and iPads. (THR)

NBC Makes Sky-High Emmys Pitch

For the first time, NBC has packaged Emmy hopefuls from the network and from production arm Universal TV for screening on American Airlines flights between New York and Los Angeles. (VAR)

IMAX Beats Q4 Earnings Forecast With Help From “Skyfall,” “Hobbit”

Shares are up more than 3.6% in pre-market trading after the provider of large-screen theater services released a surprisingly strong financial report for the last three months of 2012. (VAR)

Will Arnett Defects From “Up All Night” for Greg Garcia’s CBS Comedy Pilot

After being pursued by CBS for several days,  Will Arnett has officially been cast in producer Greg Garcia’s untitled comedy pilot for the Eye network. (VUL)

Tyler Perry’s “For Better of Worse” Moving to OWN From TBS

The move extends the growing relationship between the actor/director and OWN, the cable channel owned by Oprah Winfrey and Discovery Communications. (LAT)

Bill O’Reilly Signs to Write “Killing Jesus”

The Fox News host follows his best-sellers about the deaths of Abraham Lincoln and John Kennedy with a look at the founder of Christianity. (THR)

Eat Bray Love

The corruption of Anthony Bourdain, the return of Emeril Lagasse, and the state of food television. (GTLD)

Dina Gachman

In addition to SSN Insider, Dina Gachman's writing has appeared in Forbes, Bustle, The Hairpin, Salon, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her first book, BROKENOMICS, will be published by Seal Press this April. You can find her on Twitter @TheElf26.

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