With television networks under the gun to stick with diversity pledges inked many weeks ago, several of TV's top execs brainstormed Thursday night about how best to keep their promises.
Lifetime Television has greenlit "City Lights," a primetime drama set at the San Francisco Police Dept.
FROM MIP TV 2000As the Hollywood players wing their way to the French Riviera for the annual Mip TV tradeshow (April 10-14), they find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place.
The film critics at the New York Times are involved in a puzzling game of musical chairs.
Matti Leshem, the USA Broadcasting exec who launched Barry Diller's experimental WAMI-TV station in Miami, is bowing AntEye.com today. Site plans to fund TV pilots with budgets of up to $100,000 and…
"American Beauty" received the most significant boost from the Academy Awards in several territories, while Oscar's glow has yet to flow to most other titles at the foreign box office.
NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film and Television lauded six filmmakers during the closing ceremonies of its 58th annual First Run Festival, held Saturday night at Lincoln…
Former Rysher Entertainment president and Fox Broadcasting executive Rob Kenneally has been named exec VP at digital video recording service ReplayTV.
Time Warner cable subscribers in New York, Houston and parts of L.A. and Philadelphia who are fans of quizmeister Regis Philbin, Drew Carey, "The Practice" and "Dharma & Greg" can relax, at least for…
Regina Taylor's "Oo-bla-dee" has won the American Theater Critics/Steinberg New Play award, which comes with a check for $15,000. Honor was announced Saturday in a ceremony at the Actors Theater of…
A Count has been found: Jim Caviezel ("The Thin Red Line") has closed a deal to play the lead in Disney-based Spyglass Entertainment's "The Count of Monte Cristo."