NBC has seemed a little too desperate to turn “The Million Second Quiz” into “an event,” even marshaling the collective resources of Comcast behind it. Still, in terms of the shifting DVR-heavy TV…
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Harry Connick, Jr. has officially joined “American Idol” as a judge for the Fox competition's thirteenth season. The crooner rounds out a judges' panel that includes previously-announced “Idol” vets…
The distance between Hollywood and Silicon Valley is being bridged by people like Seacrest and Systrom, who are emblematic of an ongoing cross-pollination between these two worlds.
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Ryan Seacrest has officially signed on as the host and executive producer of NBC's upcoming quiz show, “Million Second Quiz.” Show is set to bow Sept. 9, running for 12 consecutive nights (taking one…
Another day, another job for Ryan Seacrest. The “American Idol” emcee is in advanced negotiations with NBC to host new unscripted format “Million Second Quiz.” Pact would also see him sign on as an…
In the annals of famous alliances between advertisers and TV shows, Ford and "American Idol" have long gone together – to invoke a famous 1970s car commercial – like baseball, apple pie, hot dogs and…
David Hill is no stranger to tackling big events, but that doesn't make his new job any easier. The former Fox Sports chairman has been tapped to oversee Fox's "American Idol" and "The X Factor,"…
Seacrest heads into the next phase of building his media empire: venturing into production of digital original programming.
To help get the word out about its National Hockey League broadcasts as well as other sports programming, NBCUniversal's NBC Sports Network cabler is tapping something of a distant relation.
A gameshow based on the app Draw Something, originally developed for CBS, has migrated across the Pond to Channel 4. Channel 4 has invested significantly in the gameshow, ordering 40 episodes of…