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…
David Sussman, former exec veep and general counsel for MTV Networks, has joined legal giant Skadden Arps.
The delay is official: President Obama on Wednesday signed the legislation delaying the nation's switch to all-digital broadcasting until June 12.
A year has passed, but the WGA West is still reviewing the possibility of disciplinary action against Jay Leno for "Tonight Show" monologues he delivered while the guild was on strike.
One year later, the evidence is clear: The WGA strike crippled the film and TV biz at a time when the industry was already caught in the buzzsaw of a radically changing marketplace for Hollywood's…
Epix, the nascent pay cabler backed by Viacom, Lionsgate and MGM, has greenlit its first original series pilot, a drama from Lionsgate TV to be exec produced by "Weeds" maven Jenji Kohan.
NBC has given a cast-contingent greenlight to an ensemble comedy from scribe Chris Moynihan about a young woman navigating dating life in Gotham.