The hottest ticket in Cannes during the Mipcom market is for Jerry Seinfeld's standup performance pumping up global interest in the comedy-reality hybrid he is producing, "The Marriage Ref."
Angela Bromstad says NBC's fall season bears her partial stamp, with a whiff of what's to come as she strives to bring the once-mighty Peacock network back to its glory days.
As a lieutenant in the Israeli army, Orly Adelson learned that if she was sent in to do a job, she might as well be the boss.
Debbee Klein, co-head of Paradigm's most profitable arm, its TV lit department, didn't hesitate to lay out her ground rules when she first met agency chair Sam Gores.
Jeanne Newman calls the brokering of Matt Weiner's tricky "Mad Men" pact with AMC a high point in a year that also saw the attorney's client Ryan Seacrest close a historic $45 million deal…
Near-naked stars in provocative ads, video clips placed in magazines, online equivalents of chain letters -- fall TV marketing campaigns have grown wilder as networks fight to get viewers to sample…
TV has always been a writer's medium, but a director's vision can be fully realized in the made-for.
A quick look at the current landscape reveals a resurgence rivaling the golden age of TV drama.
After a decade of playing the same character, Mariska Hargitay still wakes up every morning asking how she got so lucky to land on "Law and Order: SVU."
The streamlining that has turned Emmy's made-for-TV movie category into a pretaped segment for this year's broadcast, for better or worse, reflects the changing times for the genre.
The digital age exploded right in front of the TCA stage.