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Gil Noble, a pioneering African-American broadcaster who hosted the WABC-TV New York public affairs program "Like It Is" for more than 40 years, died Friday after a long illness. He was 80.
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Two bacon-infatuated entrepreneurs are the subject of a primetime reality series being developed by LMNO Prods.
Today, I offered my mostly positve review of "The Client List," the new series starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as a Texas mom who begins turning tricks to make (financial) ends meet. This has resulted…
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a copyright case against YouTube, finding that a jury could conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the…
New York U. student Grainger David has picked up the annual $50,000 screenwriting prize from the Tribeca Film Institute and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Longtime New York Daily News television reporter and editor Richard Huff has joined CBS News as exec director of communications.
Gravitas Ventures has promoted Melanie Miller to the newly created position of vice president of acquisitions, the independent video-on-demand distributor announced.
Discovery Channel unveiled four new series, a raft of renewals and a handful of specials Thursday at its annual upfront presentation heavy on non-fiction essentials, cars, nature, politics and…
Aussie filmmaker David Michod has finally settled on his follow-up to "Animal Kingdom," as he's set to write and direct "The Rover" for David Linde's Lava Bear banner and Oz-based Porchlight Films.
Thanks to the record-setting box office juggernaut ''The Hunger Games,'' online ticketing service Fandango reported a company-best first quarter, improving on last year's comparable period by a…
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