Viewers watching the Fox telecast of the MLB All-Star Game just got their first glimpse at the network's highly anticipated fall series "The X Factor," so it feels appropriate to borrow some…
Netflix has shaken up its pricing plans, eliminating a hybrid plan that offered unlimited streaming with a one-disc rental for $9.99.
Sony Pictures Television has hired Scott Landsman as vice president of comedy development.
Defense attorney Gloria Allred will join the ranks of TV's syndicated judges.
The guys behind Adult Swim sensation "Robot Chicken" are launching another show on the Internet. Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are collaborating this time out with Joe Kavanagh (formerly of Mattel)…
A celebrity-filled panel touted the virtues of social media at Variety's Venture Capital & New Media Summit, held on Friday in Bev Hills.
After opening remarks, the conference kicked off with an overview of media-consumption trends from David Cortese, senior VP of digital studio services at Rentrak.
Though celebrities aplenty are set to bring their sense of style to NBC's "Fashion Star," the true tailors of the unscripted series are toiling behind the scenes.
UTA has signed Crimson Hexagon, a leading social-media tracking firm looking to expand its presence in the media and entertainment sector.
Former Showtime programming exec Danielle Gelber has landed at Wolf Films, home of the "Law & Order" franchise.
Robert Halmi, Jr. has resigned as president and CEO of RHI Entertainment, which recently emerged from Chapter 11 with a plan to reduce its debt by $400 million.