After 18 years in public broadcasting, Al Jerome will step down as president-CEO of Los Angeles’ KCETLink later this year. Jerome said Tuesday he would step down within six months after helping the…
The news comes less than a week after Cook was voted treasurer of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
After years of filling summer only with tired reality concepts dressed in shiny new wrapping and scripted series that were either burnoffs or came with considerably lesser production values, "Under…
Gibbons, who joined FX in 2004, made her bones there with campaigns for "The Shield" and "Rescue Me."
CBS’s exec veep of alternative programming Jennifer Bresnan has stepped down from her position to relocate to Gotham where her husband and family reside. Bresnan will continue to consult on…
Jack Bauer will return to the airwaves next year to save the world, and he will once again do so with the help of his trusted, yet socially awkward sidekick, Chloe O’Brian. Fox announced today…
Here’s a cable-news network that is likely to have a playful tone. Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle network backed by Univision and ABC that will tilt toward Hispanic consumers, said Thursday it had…
NBC was again the dominant Tuesday network this week, as a two-hour “America’s Got Talent” was easily the top program in key demos. The night saw another unscripted premiere from CW, “Captured,”…
Joseph Ianniello has been upped to chief operating officer of CBS Corp. Ianniello, who has inked a five-year pact with the Eye, has been with CBS and its predecessor Viacom for more than a decade…
A personal look at the false starts for a project and a site that might be ultimately be made for each other.
Kurdish-born, Swedish-based helmer Karzan Kader expands the idea behind his award-winning short "Bekas" into a homonymous feature, but padding out the story ends up detracting from the charm.