Henry Shinn has been tapped head of development for Axelrod/Widdoes Prods., which has an exclusive TV production pact with Universal.
Miriam Trogdon has been named executive producer of Viacom Prods.' "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." The sitcom is heading into its second season on ABC.
"Be afraid, be very afraid" is how NBC Entertainment president Warren Littlefield summed up the network's position on the new TV content rating system, which the Peacock web alone has refused to…
Fox Broadcasting Co. today is expected to name Gary Hoffman senior VP of made-for-TV movies and miniseries, a post he held at Fox once before from 1993 to 1995.
Pamela Dresser directed MTV’s “Apt. 2F.” Her name was misspelled in the July 11 review.
An actor last week suffered smoke inhalation when a cooling fan inside his Barney suit short-circuited during filming of the TV show.
After many bumps in the road from Oracle Corp. chieftain Lawrence Ellison's announced dream of the Network PC to its actual manufacturing, the first consumer product based on Oracle's NPC standards…
TV writer-producer Larry Wilmore has inked a two-year comedy development deal with Walt Disney Television.
Japan's Supreme Court ruled Thursday that copyright protection for Popeye is no longer valid, arguing the 50-year term of the protection had expired.
In a wide-ranging state-of-the-biz session with reporters Sunday, studio TV chieftains sounded the alarm on rising costs for inexperienced talent.
Michael Jackson, the new chief executive of Channel 4, has announced the biggest change for almost a decade in the web's chain of editorial command.