Simmering tensions in the battle over the spoils from a wildly successful sitcom boiled over in public Tuesday as five "Modern Family" stars filed a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox TV amid a…
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Netflix has recruited another exec from Hollywood, tapping Warner Bros. veteran Kelly Bennett as chief marketing officer.
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TV journos and other news media are descending on the Denver suburb of Aurora, Colo., today as myriad outlets mount saturation coverage of the mass shooting during a midnight screening of "The Dark…
Emmy voters have crowned Lena Dunham queen of the new breed of youthful auteurs who are making a big mark in primetime.
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Strong demand for political advertising drove an 11.2% revenue gain at Gannett Co.'s TV stations for the second quarter.
Yahoo surprised Silicon Valley and showbiz on Monday by naming Google exec Marissa Mayer as its new prexy-CEO.
Neal Baer has set his sights on soda as the subject of his next nonfiction book and documentary project.
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