Network ad sales execs and media buyers are bracing for a frenzy of upfront buying and selling that is likely to hit by the end of next week.
Thomas Dooley, a top lieutenant to Viacom prexy and CEO Philippe Dauman, has been upped to chief operating officer of Viacom.
One of the biggest winners in last week's upfront frenzy was a four-year-old show that many people in the biz often forget is still on the air: CBS' "Rules of Engagement."
WMA veteran Susan Brooks has joined FishBowl Worldwide Media as general counsel and exec veep of business affairs.
The recession must be over -- at least for Warner Bros. TV Group.
James Bond may be on hold at MGM, but "Teen Wolf" is a go.
Discovery Channel is beefing up its Los Angeles-based programming operations.
"Lost" was tailor-made for the kind of fanatical blogging and episode-parsing that is now the norm.
ABC and Sony Pictures TV have enlisted new operatives for their planned reboot of "Charlie's Angels."
The pillow talk for married showrunners Shana Goldberg-Meehan and Scott Silveri ought to be interesting in the coming months.
With little fanfare, Jamie Tarses emerged at the end of upfront week as one of the busiest producers in primetime.