Tony Jonas, former prexy of Warner Bros. TV, has been elected to a one-year term as prexy of the Hollywood Radio and Television Society.
Spanish-lingo web Univision has banked $425 million in upfront advertising sales for the 1999-2000 season, marking a 42% hike over its $300 million upfront take last season.
NBC is looking to develop a comedy vehicle with "In Living Color" alum David Alan Grier, who has inked a holding deal with the Peacock.
Wayne Lemon, creator of the WB Network comedy "Movie Stars," has inked an overall development deal with Castle Rock TV, home to "Movie Stars."
Paxson Communications Corp.'s $70.5 million write-off in the latest quarter to devalue its syndicated programming inventory looks a lot like a hasty effort to clean up its books ahead of a likely…
ABC is moving forward with a pilot for Paramount TV's midseason comedy contender "People Who Fear People." Jon Cryer heads an ensemble cast in the sitcom that follows the lives of four "paranoid…
An informal survey of top TV writers finds that technology hasn't had much effect on the essence of their craft, whether they pound it out in longhand or on laptops. But e-mail and the Internet have…
Sarah Timberman, a six-year Columbia TriStar TV vet who shepherded the studio's signature hits "Dawson's Creek" and "Party of Five," has been promoted to exec VP of series development for Col TriStar.
Joseph D. Zaleski, a 32-year syndication sales veteran who shattered industry records with his sales campaign on behalf of "The Cosby Show," died Friday of cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in…
Columbia TriStar TV has just shelled out an eye-popping high-six-figure fee for a drama script from Scott Rosenberg, who also has a drama pilot in the works with Col TriStar and the WB Network.