Warner Bros. has little doubt there's an opportunity to turn premium VOD into a lucrative new revenue stream.
Fox and NBCUniversal are still wrangling over a renewal deal for "House."
Former "SpongeBob Squarepants" head writer Steven Banks has been drafted for the Arnold Schwarzenegger-Stan Lee toon series "The Governator."
Showtime has tapped Amy Britt as its new head of casting.
The Environmental Media Assn. was a conduit for entertainment industry green initiatives before green initiatives were cool.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is Beltway-bound for HBO.
Fox Broadcasting is overhauling its casting department in an effort to cast a wider net for talent.
CBS Corp. boss Leslie Moonves got a big pay bump last year for a total 2010 compensation package worth more than $57.7 million, according to an Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Woody Allen is getting the "American Masters" treatment this fall with a two-part docu helmed and produced by Robert Weide.
The speculation about Katie Couric's future yak show plans has centered on her cutting a syndication deal. But sources indicate there's a strong chance that ABC will put a network daytime slot on the…
TV Land is fast-tracking a plan to develop a spinoff of its hit laffer "Hot in Cleveland" to star Cedric the Entertainer.