This time it's really true: The rocky three-year tenure of Jamie Tarses, ABC's embattled entertainment prexy, has ended.
Morgan Wandell has been named veep of development for Digital Entertainment Network, the Santa Monica-based Internet programming startup.
Columbia TriStar TV's new current programming team is taking shape with the appointment of Steve Tann as senior veep and Melissa Kellner as director of programming.
KNBC Los Angeles has inked a three-year sponsorship pact with Festival Los Angeles, a monthlong series of events highlighting Hispanic culture in Los Angeles.
ABC has called a six-week timeout for "Sports Night." The comedy, a critical fave but a slow Nielsen starter, will be pulled from the Alphabet's 9:30 p.m. Tuesday slot until its sophomore season bows…
Angela Bromstad and Cheryl Dolins have been appointed veeps of primetime series for NBC Studios.
Mary Stuart Masterson and Anthony LaPaglia have been tapped to star in the CBS telepic thriller "Black and Blue," based on Anna Quindlen's 1998 book by the same title.
As ABC's summer phenom "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" soared to its highest ratings yet Tuesday night, so too did the interest level at the major webs in primetime gameshow prospects.
Jeanie Bradley has been upped to exec VP of programming for Columbia TriStar TV, where she oversees the studio's slate of primetime comedy and drama skeins.
Dharma, meet Niles. Thesps Jenna Elfman and David Hyde Pierce have been tapped as hosts of next month's Emmycast, to air live from the Shrine Auditorium Sept. 12 on Fox.
How well did ABC do, Nielsen-wise, in its gambit of bowing the Regis Philbin-hosted quizshow "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" as a primetime strip last week?