Alan Braun, partner in Kaplan Stahler Braun, is exiting the boutique tenpercentery to join CAA as an agent in its alternative TV department. Braun has developed a niche for himself repping reality…
Peter Chernin has become so synonymous with Fox's film and television operations it's hard for the town to imagine doing business at Fox without him. Now they'll have to, and so will Rupert Murdoch.
Longtime showbiz journo Kim Masters has been tapped as the new host of KCRW's "The Business."
Fox's new Friday-night lineup was wobbly in its second outing, while on Thursday, ABC continued to reap the dividends of having Kate Walsh do double duty on "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice."
Jenna Elfman has been cast in the lead of the CBS comedy pilot "Accidentally on Purpose."
FremantleMedia has landed a big catch in the nonscripted TV world.
Will John Malone provide an 11th-hour rescue deal for Mel Karmazin?
As the biz marked the somber one-year anniversary of the end of the Writers Guild of America strike on Feb. 12, industryites were more inclined to look forward than back on that painful period.
Born out of desperation after the merger of the WB and UPN, MyNetworkTV last week became nobody's network TV.
ABC, CBS and NBC gave greenlights to three more comedy pilots late Thursday.
ABC continues to load up on comedy pilots, giving greenlights to six more projects Wednesday. CBS, meanwhile, added three more drama projects, from scribes Shawn Ryan, Pam Veasey and Margaret Nagle…