Seven years after a bitter writers strike over new media, the Writers Guild of America reached a historic deal last spring with minimum terms covering "high-budget new media made for subscription…
The Writers Guild of America East and NBC’s documentary-reality operation Peacock Prods. have been battling since last year over the guild’s attempt to unionize about 100 freelance producers and…
The exec director of the Writers Guild of America East has issued an upbeat assessment of the guild's outlook, pointing to improved finances and organizing efforts — while conceding there are…
Reality TV company Atlas Media has been backed by the National Labor Relations Board in its dispute with the Writers Guild of America East over representing Atlas employees. Atlas said the NLRB has…
Travel Channel refreshed a great deal of its original programming slate on Tuesday, renewing eight of its most popular series including "Baggage Battles,"
Gotham-based reality shingle Leftfield Pictures is expanding to the west coast and tapping Rob Hill to serve as veep of development out of the newly-established Los Angeles office.
Fox has booked a return visit to "Hotel Hell," giving a second season greenlight to Gordon Ramsay's latest reality skein.
Animal Planet has named Charlie Foley senior veep of development, reporting to president and g.m. Marjorie Kaplan.
Craig Piligian's reality shingle Pilgrim Studios is ramping up its exec ranks with a slew of hires and promotions.
Gordon Ramsay of "Hell's Kitchen" and James May of "Top Gear" are headed to BBC America this winter in new-to-the-U.S. series for foodies.