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Doug Smith (II)
VP/General Manager, Canada
: CBS Studios International
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Steven H. Smith, who worked on TV shows and movies in several camera positions, died July 19 of pancreatic cancer. He was 68. Smith was most recently director of photography for 16 episodes of “Weeds”…
NBC's "Days of Our Lives" took the gold for drama series at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Internet distribution platform Chill has acquired VOD streaming rights to Doug Benson’s comedy documentary “The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled.” Pic stars Benson, the comedian and marijuana aficionado…
HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and ABC's "Modern Family" have scored two Directors Guild of America TV nominations each in the comedy category and Patty Jenkins took a pair of nods.
A brisk computer-animated adventure clever enough to become essential yuletide viewing.
Doug Glatt is sweet-natured but armed with a solid punch, as is "Goon," based on the lovable true story of Doug Smith, a hockey enforcer who achieved minor-league fame.
Fox has tapped Stephen Wong to serve as VP in the recently formed audience strategy unit, reporting to senior VP Nicole A. Bernard, who was promoted to that post in February.
CBS Studios International, Canada, has hired Doug Smith as VP and general sales manager. He will succeed the retiring Bruce Swanson, who is retiring after 25 years at the Eye.
Variety will be updating the Tony Award winners list as categories are announced.
"The Book of Mormon," "Catch Me If You Can," "The Scottsboro Boys" and "Sister Act" will vie for the top new tuner Tony, while new play contenders are "Good People," "Jerusalem," "The Motherfucker…
"Billy Elliot" racked up a whopping 15 noms for the 2009 Tony Awards, with the smaller-scale tuner perceived as its major competition, "Next to Normal," coming in at 11 nods.