Americans may be watching more TV than ever, but all that viewing is happening in fewer homes.
NBC has extended the domain of unscripted programming chief Paul Telegdy to late-night.
Fox has bought a script titled "Metropolitan," about three sets of detectives working in Washington, D.C.
Cablevision has signed a TV Everywhere deal with Turner Broadcasting that will make the latter's programming available to subscribers across digital platforms.
The Western genre is continuing to heat up in TV-development circles as Sony Pictures Television has sold NBC on a period drama from Shaun Cassidy.
Mark Gordon Co. has upped Veronica Gentilli to chief operating officer.
VH1 is putting a 21st-century spin on a 1990s TV series being revived next month.
Ben Silverman has tapped longtime lieutenant Chris Grant to serve as CEO of his fast-growing Electus production and distribution company as it prepares for a growth spurt in its content operations.
CBS.com is launching a two-week promotional blitz in support of the network's fall schedule.
ABC has bought a script with a put-pilot commitment from ABC Studios with Reba McEntire attached to star.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. and Dick Clark Prods. have reached a temporary truce in their ongoing legal battle that will allow the 2012 Golden Globe Awards kudocast to go on.