With the threat of an industry-wide thesp strike averted, but still dependent on a SAG/AFTRA member vote, the executive board of the Western section of the joint Screen Actors Guild and American…
TVNZ topper Neil Roberts has ankled the network after just one controversial year.
Dan Schneider, the "Head of the Class" alum whose exclusive production pact with Nickelodeon expired March 31, has signed to executive produce the Columbia TriStar TV comedy pilot "Guys Like Us" that…
Ray Alchin, an Australian TV producer, died Saturday of a heart attack. He was 56.
The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is wading into the fray between British Digital Broadcasting and British Sky Broadcasting over the standardization of set-top digital technology.
The History Channel is revamping its primetime lineup this fall to make room for two original docu series: "Sworn to Secrecy" and "Time Machine."
James F. Critchfield, a longtime radio and TV writer-producer, died April 15 at his home in Venice, Calif., following a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 74.
Music industry vet Lionel Conway has been named partner in Maverick Music, the publishing arm of Madonna's Maverick Entertainment.
Director Oliver Stone has named Dennis Quaid his starting quarterback in "On Any Given Sunday," the working title of the football film Stone will helm for Warner Bros.
Fast-growing Danish indie Scanbox Danmark has launched a new Los Angeles-based sales and distribution division, Scanbox Intl.
CBS newsmag "48 Hours" is on a year-to-date upswing (up 7% over year-ago figures) and Nielsen numbers for last week had the show beating out ABC's movie-of-the-week by more than four ratings points.