Tuesday night has suddenly become a battleground for cable supremacy, fueled by several hot originals. Leading the charge among new summer skeins was week two of FX's plastic surgery drama "Nip/Tuck"…
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A bid to shorten the length of the annual Creative Arts Emmy awards ceremony has kicked up a cloud of controversy from members who feel they're being treated like third-class citizens.
Technicolor has joined with IBM and technology developer Ancept to create a service designed to help studios and other content creators manage their holdings in digital form.
Newly promoted Fox TV Studios movies/minis VP Eric Poticha has brought in Hugh Hefner to develop the telepic "Murder at the Playboy Mansion."
Will Ferrell is attached to star in "Get Smart" for Warner Bros. Pictures. Pic would be a reconstitution of the TV series that starred Don Adams as bumbling secret agent Maxwell Smart. Produced from…
Emile Hirsch will star opposite Sigourney Weaver in "Imaginary Heroes," a drama written and to be directed by Dan Harris.
Bill Gates, the U.S.' richest man, holds a 7% stake in Grupo Televisa, Mexico's largest broadcaster, according to newly released filings.
Rainbow Media began repopulating its executive suites this week -- promoting two top execs at the corporate level -- after the departure of more than a dozen staffers last month amid an accounting…
"Lucky" crapped out. FX has decided not to renew the John Corbett starrer "Lucky" for a second season.
Paxson Communications appears well on its way to digging itself out of financial hole, based on second quarter financial results disclosed late Wednesday that showed the fruits of aggressive program…
BBC1's 40-year-old music chart show "Top of the Pops" could be relegated to the less-than-popular digital web BBC3 if ratings don't pick up, according to BBC1 controller Lorraine Heggessey.
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