Douglas Frantz will step down as a managing editor of the Los Angeles Times as of July 6 after nearly two years in the post. Frantz joined the paper in 2003 from the New York Times.
NBC's "America's Got Talent" was the only thing with a pulse in primetime on Tuesday. ABC's "Shaq's Big Challenge" was audience-challenged in its premiere, and it was another woeful night for Fox's…
Michael Eisner-backed Internet production shingle Vuguru has teamed with Dinosaur Diorama Prods. for a Web serial focusing on a fictional indie rock band.
Paramount's "Freedom Writers" and Miramax's "Venus" tied for top feature film honors in this year's Humanitas Prize competish, designed to recognize scribes of works that aim to offer insights into…
Yahoo's Wenda Harris Millard has resigned her post as head of domestic sales for the Internet giant and signed on with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as president of media.
Bill Maher, Jay Leno, Albert Brooks, Richard Lewis, Drew Carey, Shelley Berman and Jonathan Winters are among the comics lined up for a salute to pioneering political satirist Mort Sahl on Thursday…
Danny DeVito will be feted at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival with its Crystal Globe nod for contribution to world cinema. He will also introduce the fest's competition screening of director Jake…
The nuclear winter begins anew this summer for CBS as it brings repeats of "Jericho" back to its primetime sked starting next month.
Warner Bros. Television Group has tapped former AOL marketing exec Lisa Judson to serve as head of its animation unit. Judson succeeds Sander Schwartz as prexy, Warner Bros. Animation. Schwartz…
For 60 years, the guiding principles of network television have been twofold: mass appeal and program exclusivity. "Watch 'Friends' tonight at 8, only on NBC!"