CBS’ syndicated-programming arm is partnering with Tribune Co.’s TV stations to test a new daytime program called “Serch,” in which the former member of rap group 3rd Bass will help average people…
Chris Mason Johnson's "Test" has won the grand jury awards for U.S. dramatic feature and screenwriting at Outfest Los Angeles, which concludes its 11-day run Sunday.
News Corp. completed the spinoff of its publishing assets Friday, setting the stage for both companies to prove themselves on the open market. Shares for both companies began early trading on June…
Cox Communications is the first major U.S. pay TV operator to explicitly aim at cord-cutters, launching a test of a lower-priced TV and cloud DVR service in Orange County, Calif., delivered over its…
For Jimmie Bullis, assisting the snake wrangler on Fox's "The Maze Runner" marks an increasingly rare shot in an industry suddenly jittery about internships.
Back in 2005, Brad, when you were named Paramount's uberboss, I wrote a memo to you that waved some warning flags. You were politely dismissive of my warnings — that is, until just about all of the…
Craving for feedback moves some filmmakers past comment cards.
'I think there is still a little bit of mystery about what casting directors do and what part they play in the creative process," says Carrie Audino, casting director for “Mad Men.” "We don't just…
ABC will participate in Nielsen's first trial to incorporate mobile video apps into the firm's online ratings, as the network tries to get a handle on audiences accessing content across multiple…
Celebrity news venture "omg! Insider" is learning firsthand something often reflected in its own reporting: Relationships aren't easy.
The TV industry is taking a small step towards catching up with the consumption patterns of its audience, who are increasingly making use of digital technologhy to watch their favorite programs.