Fox, NBC and ABC have gone on a buying frenzy, picking up six pilots.
The major broadcast and cable nets should take a big step forward in monetizing Internet viewing of full-length programs this fall.
The fortunes of the 9 a.m.-3 p.m. traditional daytime TV frame have been hammered during the past decade
Former Fox Television Entertainment topper Sandy Grushow has joined advisory firm MediaLink Communications as chief creative officer.
ABC is continuing to move quickly on its pilot pickups, adding two more drama orders on Thursday.
Food Network and HGTV are back on Cablevision.
Lionsgate TV prexy Kevin Beggs has been tapped for a third hitch as chairman of the NATPE.
TNT has given series greenlights to three new shows: "Rizzoli," "Delta Blues" and "Alien Invasion."
AMC has given greenlights to two drama pilots, "The Walking Dead" and "The Killing."
Betty White has lived most of her 88 years in front of the camera, starting in the days when the number of homes in Los Angeles equipped with television sets numbered well under 1,000.
The Five Faces of Betty