Time Warner Cable is getting in on the TV Everywhere business.
A&E Network is moving forward with a docu-series chronicling the Jackson brothers' now-altered plan to mount a series of Jackson 5 reunion shows.
"Big Brother" stewards Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan have partnered in a production shingle that has signed a two-year pact with Sony Pictures TV.
The post-merger shakeout at WME continued last week with the departure of WMA vet Paul Bricault from the corporate marketing and consulting division.
The TV biz is only now starting to come to grips with one of the biggest challenges of the digital era, one that needs to be solved -- pronto! -- before showbiz congloms can begin to make money off…
Jay Leno is getting into fighting shape. He's been running four miles a day and has shed 12 pounds since he signed off of "The Tonight Show" in May.
"Prison Break" alums Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora are back in biz at Fox with "Break Out Kings," a drama project revolving around ex-fugitives who are recruited to work as U.S. marshals.
Matt Roberts has been upped to exec producer on "The Late Show With David Letterman."
FX is getting serious about its comedy slate, giving series orders to two half-hour laffers.
In some respects, "The Jay Leno Show" is going to be a lot like Leno's "The Tonight Show" turned upside down.
"Drop Dead Diva" has legs at Lifetime. The cabler has renewed the Sony Pictures TV dramedy for a second season.