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.
ABC has ordered six episodes of game show "You Deserve It" from Kinetic Content.