Fox is developing a CIA-themed project from scribe Harris Wilkinson and Peter Chernin's new 20th Century Fox TV-based production company.
In another step toward software standardization in the computer graphics world, software maker GenArts has acquired Wondertouch and its particle-effects software Particleillusion.
This year's Hollywood Christmas Parade, skedded for Nov. 29, is to be aired nationally for the first time in its 80-year history.
ABC is making more schedule shifts, finding a home for new reality competish "Let's Dance" and making room later this month for a news interview with Janet Jackson.
Canada's top advanced training institute for film, TV and new media launched its latest initiative, the CFC North-South Marketplace, at an industry-packed event Tuesday in L.A.
Free, full-length TV episodes of more than 50 kids series became available online with Cookie Jar Entertainment's launch today of Jaroo.com.
Food Network has greenlit a second season of "What Would Brian Boitano Make?"
Style has greenlit eight episodes of Endemol USA-produced hourlong "Jerseylicious," a nonscripted series set in a Central New Jersey beauty salon.
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is moving beyond the City of Brotherly Love.
Leading U.S. Hispanic web Univision managed to stem a downward slide in revenues in its third quarter financial results. Net revenue for the period rose 1.4% to $526.8 million from $519.4 million for…
The World Series delivered a ratings grand slam and helped Fox post a record-breaking victory.