Music cabler Fuse will be providing highlights from the summer's Lollapalooza fest.
Warner Bros. Intl. TV Distribution is about to join the ranks of studios that offer localized versions of popular shows.
There won't be a desk, but there will be a monologue.
Turner Classic Movies is launching a series of one-hour specials titled "A Night at the Movies" that will examine specific cinematic genres.
Laura Danford Mandel has been upped to senior VP of publicity at Telepictures Prods.
CBS' lineup of scripted repeats was more than enough to defeat its competitors who aren't finding much traction with their summer reality offerings.
The fate of the Emmys as a mainstream kudocast hangs in the balance.
TruTV has greenlit "Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura," putting the former Minnesota governor back in the spotlight.
Ferguson doesn't aim to replace Letterman, but can see himself in latenight for years to come.
"Doctor Who" star David Tennant is bringing his Hamlet to the States.
Sundance Channel has ordered a fifth season of its original series "Iconoclasts."