The American Society of Cinematographers has opted for dramas covering crime, music, war, religion and aviation in its nominees for its top feature award.
Charlie Koones has been upped to president, Variety Group, it was announced Tuesday. Effective immediately, Koones, who will remain publisher of Variety, assumes the post as the publication enters…
FX has sutured up a deal with creator-exec producer Ryan Murphy that will keep "Nip/Tuck" going for two more seasons.
WHAT WORKED: Well, the Olympics certainly gave NBC a very nice promotional launching pad for its new shows. But ironically, one of the skeins pushed the least during the Games -- Friday drama…
Sony Pictures TV will pocket more than $70 million from the sale of dozens of its theatrical movies, both fairly recent titles and library product, to 12 cable networks.
Viacom topper Sumner Redstone wants to borrow more money to spend on content and is prepared to lower his company's bond rating to do it.
WHAT WORKED: CBS enters midseason riding high off its historic sweeps win, scoring its first November victory among young adults in recent memory.
The odds of a strike by casting directors and associates has risen several notches with a strong pledge of support from a top official of the Teamsters union.
Seismic shifts dramatically reshaped the network TV landscape this fall -- and the aftershocks are still being felt. Longtime leader NBC fell from grace while CBS continued its steady march to the…
CBS' misadventure with President Bush's National Guard service came to its predictable conclusion this week. A handful of staffers were either fired or asked to resign, while both outgoing anchor Dan…
WHAT WORKED: New skeins have clicked, including "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" -- the most impressive first-year nonfranchise dramas since "ER" bowed in 1994. "Desperate" has become the No. 2…