Leaders of WMA and Endeavor took a giant leap into showbiz's future on Monday, approving a merger that promises to change the landscape for the talent representation biz.
The vote that will likely turn WMA and Endeavor into WME won't be held until midday, but the fallout is already starting.
MTV has ordered another 80 episodes of its dating skein "Parental Control" from Reveille.
The largest merger of tenpercenteries in Hollywood history is heading into the home stretch.
NBC's "Today" has reeled in the first sit-down TV interview with Capt. Richard Phillips, set to air Tuesday.
MySpace has a new friend-in-chief. News Corp. has named former Facebook exec Owen Van Natta CEO of the social networking giant.
BET is making a tonal shift with its programming and launching an offshoot channel catering to an older African-American demographic.
HBO is shuffling execs in its programming department.
As the WMA-Endeavor merger discussions get down to a vote by the leaders of each agency, the construct of the combined agency's board is causing tension, particularly among existing WMA board members.
Mary Matalin is heading back to CNN as a political commentator. She will appear as a GOP analyst.
Foot traffic is way down at the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab this year, but some of the smaller fry on the exhibition floor say they're still doing pretty good business.