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…
Charlize Theron’s production company Denver & Delilah and unscripted shingle Bunim-Murray Prods. have formed a joint venture to develop and produce reality programming. Pact marks Bunim-Murray’s…
Endemol USA has tapped three digital content execs, each of which has worked for Ashton Kutcher's Katalyst Media, as TV production firm boosts its focus on original Internet video series.
“Forever Young” is described as a “social experiment,” throwing quintets separated by two generations together in a house a la “The Real World,” and asking if they can “bridge the gap.” It's a cute…
Hollywood has yet to produce a top draw among YouTube's inaugural programming partners, but there's probably enough traction for some to command a second round of funding from Google, which is poised…
As OWN continues to build up its programming base, the cabler has given the greenlight to three specials that are designed to serve as backdoor pilots.
Justin Britt-Gibson is obsessed with tough guys, the cynical, obsessive, hard-living, hair-trigger types found in the fiction of the Donald Westlake and Mickey Spillane and movies like 1971's "The…
Joel K. Savitt has been hired as VP of production and operations at NBCUniversal lifestyle cabler Oxygen. Savitt wil report to senior VP of development Cori Abraham in Oxygen's West Coast office.
Karey Burke and Todd Holland have been busy the past four months, playing with their new Dark Toy.
Multihyphenate Todd Holland has partnered with Karey Burke in a two-year overall production pact with Universal Media Studios.
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