Forstmann Little & Co. and IMG have appointed new toppers in the wake of Ted Forstmann's death last week.
Hallmark Hall of Fame has greenlit "Crew Nine," a drama starring Cuba Gooding Jr. as a youth counselor who inspires troubled kids.
BBC America is dipping its spoon into the red-hot cooking competition arena.
There's no hotter category on the smallscreen these days than food-related programs, and there's no bigger programming opportunity for TV foodies than Thanksgiving.
After 11 years with the Peacock Marc Graboff is poised to exit his post as prexy of West Coast business operations at NBC and Universal TV.
Uncle Carl would be so proud.
ICM blazed a trail for Hollywood talent rep firms in the fall of 2005 when private equity concern Rizvi Traverse Management became the majority owner of the agency.
Lifetime is developing a telepic based on the memoir of Casey Anthony prosecutor Jeff Ashton.
CBS is giving its Rob Schneider laffer "Rob" the plum post-"Big Bang Theory" slot on Thursdays starting in January.
There's no shortage of high-profile fundraising gatherings for worthy causes at this time of year.
CBS is reloading "The Rifleman."