The long, winding development road traveled by "Drop Dead Diva" has led to a series greenlight on Lifetime.
Entravision abruptly dropped alternative music for Spanish-language tunes Thursday, making its 103.1 station head for the Internet.
The Writers Guild of America East has tapped Norman Stiles to receive its Herb Sargent Award for Comedy Excellence.
Molly Thompson has been tapped veepee of A&E IndieFilms, the cable net's documentary arm. She'll head up branding and festival strategy as well as the unit's financing and distribution negotiations.
CBS took time Thursday to greenlight the comedy pilot "Tick Tock." Fox, meanwhile, is close to greenlighting a new drama pilot from scribe Ian Biederman and another from McG.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired domestic rights to the Iraq war doc "Brothers at War."
Rick and Julie Yorn, who split from the Firm to form a new management-production venture, have made a first-look deal at 20th Century Fox.
Peter Guber is leading a new class at UCLA on new media with some very big names from the digital media world.
After five seasons and 100 episodes of Wisteria Lane lunacy, heartbreak and peril, the women of "Desperate Housewives" have been through a lot, both on camera and off.
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