Making the most of the army of advertisers tramping around Gotham this week, CAA on Thursday showed off clients who are writing, producing and spending serious coin on original digital productions.
Michael LeSieur has come on to a pair of projects -- "Keeping Up With Jones" at Parkes/MacDonald and the "Le Mac" remake at Media Rights Capital and Red Hour Films.
"NYC 22" exec producer Ken Sanzel has inked a two-year overall deal with Universal TV.
3D animated adventure-comedy "Dino Time" has been set for a fourth quarter U.S. release.
Dimension Films has acquired North American distribution rights to supernatural thriller "Dark Skies" from writer Scott Stewart, who will direct.
There will be no pregnant pause in MTV's schedule of "Jersey Shore" spinoffs.
HBO aims to illuminate the life of President George H.W. Bush with the docu "41."
"The Dark Knight Rises" producers Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas have come onboard the upcoming Produced by Conference to discuss the creative demands involved in producing.
As the fifth studio to present its 2012 slate at CinemaCon, Fox kept the reels short and sweet, except in the case of Ang Lee's "Life of Pi," for which the studio screened extended footage.
Time Warner Cable, the first operator at bat this earnings season, lost video subscribers last quarter but hooked up lots of consumers to the Web as high-speed Internet drove the company's business.
Universal is moving ahead on sci-fier "Prosthesis," tapping "Walking Dead" writer-producer Scott M. Gimple to pen the script.