Ronan Farrow and Joy Reid are shifting from being anchors to tackling new roles as roving correspondents as MSNBC rethinks its daytime lineup. The NBCUniversal cable-news outlet, which has suffered…
MSNBC programming has long feasted on political news, but soon its anchors will chew on segments related to food. After tackling such issues as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's "Bridge-gate"…
“Top Chef” judge Tom Colicchio has joined MSNBC in the role of food correspondent, a sign of his growing celebrity and the public’s insatiable appetite for culinary-oriented programming. Colicchio…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Tom Colicchio is pulling double foodie duty. “Best New Restaurant” is Bravo’s latest addition to television’s culinary competition game — a genre in which the cabler has found much success with “Top…
Forget bloggers’ end-of-year top 10 roundups and magazines’ editorial lists, Bravo wants to take foodies behind the scenes of how the sausage is made, so to speak, when determining what will become…
With nearly a dozen seasons and a handful of spinoffs, Bravo's "Top Chef" still remains a fan — and critics' — favorite. It's also an awards darling, continually receiving Emmy nods and, somewhat…
The T.J. Martell Foundation — which funds research for cancer, leukemia and AIDS treatment — was started as a music industry organization, and its board reads like a who's-who of Gothambased label…
From agents to TV executives to Internet provocateurs, and digital mavens to film producers and creatives, these are the New Yorkers who are revitalizing Gotham's rich showbiz legacy.
The Magnolia Pictures' doc "A Place at the Table" makes it clear that about 50 million people in America don't know where their next meal is coming from.
Successful franchises are as hard to launch on TV as they are at the megaplex. But after six years, Bravo has found that the secret ingredient to keeping "Top Chef" fresh is cooking up new ways to…
South by Southwest is a three-headed monster revolving around film, music and interactive, but there's another thread that winds through the festival: cable networks