Comics Neal Brennan and Dov Davidoff are dining out with Showtime. The pair have landed a presentation order from the feevee cabler for a half-hour comedy to be produced by Chernin Entertainment and…
Mayor Michael Bloomberg will be feted by the Broadcasters Foundation of America with its Golden Mike kudo for his contributions to the broadcasting biz.
Former CBS Interactive prexy Quincy Smith has formally hung out his new investment bank shingle, Code Advisors.
A&E Network is heading to gator country, greenlighting a gumshoe drama set in a small town on Florida's Gulf Coast.
CBS Corp. has cut a new five-year employment contract with prexy and CEO Leslie Moonves.
Cablevision is looking to bridge the last mile in the home between the PC and the TV set.
The short-term future of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" suddenly became cloudy after word emerged Tuesday that star Charlie Sheen is voluntarily entering rehab.
ABC News is prepping to shed about 300 positions as part of a broader effort to downsize and harness new technologies to bring efficiencies to its newsgathering and production operations.
"Weeds" creator/exec producer Jenji Kohan has cut a new two-year overall deal with Lionsgate TV, home of the long-running Showtime comedy.
Broadcasters are salivating at the promise of "retrans" dollars flowing into their coffers during the next few years.
"The Hurt Locker" and "Up in the Air" have won the top feature screenplay awards from the WGA.
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