Spike has signed up a reality project from "Transformers" producer Tom DeSanto as part of an orientation toward what it calls factual entertainment.
Tony DiSanto is beefing up his team at MTV, hiring veteran scripted exec Maira Suro for the newly created post of senior veep of series development, West Coast.
TNT has cast Eric McCormack and Tom Cavanagh for its two lead roles in the pilot of ad-world drama "Truth in Advertising."
EchoStar took aim at John Malone's DirecTV on Tuesday when it snapped up a coveted new-media startup and said that it may spin off its digital biz into a separate company.
Comedy Central has tapped Allison Silverman as a third exec producer of "The Colbert Report," where she will join Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart in overseeing the latenight skein.
The digital world was poised for big changes on Tuesday as bidders finally seemed ready to make a play for Facebook, while News Corp.'s Fox Interactive attempted to forge the next phase of its mobile…
Is Google finally pulling back the veil? Manhattan journos on Sept. 20 got a glimpse of its stylish Chelsea offices, home to some 1,000 staffers.
FX is developing "Paranoid," an edgy thriller with themes of privacy and spying, from "Fight Club" scribe Jim Uhls.
Katherine Heigl has optioned film rights to the bestselling dramatic novel "Lost & Found" for her new production banner and will produce it with her mother and producing partner Nancy Heigl.
A group of celebs who have appeared on VH1 reality series will soon appear in a new venue on the net: rehab.
Bravo is moving from housewives in Orange County to socialites in Gotham.