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.
Hulu is touting an uptick to its subscriber numbers amid preliminary discussions to sell the website to the highest bidder.
"The Office" has hired James Spader, NBC announced Wednesday.
"Law & Order: SVU" will welcome back some familiar faces next season, with Stephanie March and Diane Neal returning to the cast.
Netflix announced plans to expand to Latin America and the Caribbean on Tuesday, sending its stock soaring to an all-time high.
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A media watchdog group is stepping up its efforts against the NBC drama "The Playboy Club," pledging Thursday to pressure the network's affiliates to drop the series.
NBC will air the season finale of the G4 series "American Ninja Warrior" on Aug. 22, the network announced Friday.