Ian McKellen is going back to drama school, for television.
The Anti-Defamation League will honor Steven Spielberg at its annual Los Angeles fundraiser on Dec. 9.
After a successful trial run, cable giant Comcast Corp. is poised to accelerate the rollout of its Hulu-esque online programming service by the end of the year.
NBC is conjuring a drama series revolving around a crime-solving magician.
Two TV industry foundations have teamed to launch a scholarship for filmmakers with disabilities.
Steven Waldman, former journo and co-founder of Beliefnet, has been tapped by the FCC to lead an initiative designed to assess "the state of media in these challenging economic times."
Quincy Smith left his gig as an investment banker at Allen & Co. three years ago to join CBS with the mandate of making the Eye a player in digital media.
Michael Eisner has grand plans for his made-for-Internet production business.
TV Land is in the market for homegrown sitcoms.
Fox has pacted with "Four Christmases" helmer Seth Gordon and scribe Adam F. Goldberg on a comedy about a group of twentysomething geniuses who are tasked with cracking computer security systems.
It's a three-way media dance that has Hollywood and Wall Street riveted.