William Froug, the Emmy-winning writer-producer, author and screenwriting professor who restructured UCLA's entire screenwriting program, died of natural causes at the Tidwell House Hospice in…
Archive of American Television
“House of Cards” will be eligible for Writers Guild of America awards, with the WGA revising guidelines to allow series that have been produced for initial exhibition in new media. The WGA did not…
Gary David Goldberg, the Emmy-winning creator of the iconic "Must-See TV" sitcom "Family Ties" who also branched out into directing features, died Sunday of brain cancer in Montecito, Calif. He was…
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Alan Perris, chief operating officer of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, will retire at the end of the year after logging eight years with the Academy and its Foundation. Perris announced…
Allan Arbus, who ran a photography business with his wife Diane Arbus before becoming an actor who starred in “MASH,” died April 19 in Los Angeles. He was 95. His daughter Amy (pictured above)…
Honoring television luminaries and legends is special, but does it make for captivating viewing? The answer: perhaps not, which might be why the TV Academy's Hall of Fame Awards have been MIA from…
Kaley Cuoco, star of “The Big Bang Theory,” is developing a pretty lucrative side biz hosting awards shows. She’s hosted the past two People’s Choice Awards, a Teen Choice Awards, and it has just…
A network chief, a sports stalwart and a veteran producer are among those to be inducted into this year's class of the TV Academy Hall of Fame.
Television producer and executive Henry Colman -- whose credits include "The Love Boat" " and "Green Acres" -- died of natural causes on Nov. 7 in Venice, Calif. He was 89.
Dick Clark was famous as "America's oldest teenager" on "American Bandstand" and the host of ABC's Times Square New Year's Eve celebrations. But within the entertainment industry, his reputation…
The Writers Guild of America East has selected the Television Academy Foundation's Archive of American Television to receive the guild's Evelyn F. Burkey Award.