The Company has carved out a post for Jason Henry, former head of development at Ashton Kutcher’s shingle and Ryan Seacrest Prods. Henry, an Emmy-winning producer, will serve as senior veep of…
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On its face, British chef Jamie Oliver's campaign to inspire people to eat healthier ought to be no more controversial than first lady Michelle Obama's educational efforts in the same arena.
ABC Entertainment Group prexy Steve McPherson announced Tuesday morning that he had given early second-season orders to Wednesday night frosh "Modern Family," "Cougar Town" and "The Middle."
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