"As the World Turns" won't do so much longer, as daytime TV continues its march away from scripted sudsers.
ITV Studios Global Ent. has upped Richard Life to the newly created role of head of acquisitions and co-productions.
A pair of powerful praiseries -- BNC and PMK/HBH -- are merging operations by the end of the year to form what's likely to be Hollywood biggest PR shop.
Twentieth Television has renewed "Divorce Court" and "Judge Alex" through the 2011-12 season.
Ten years after tapping the burgeoning field of criminal forensics to create "CSI," Anthony Zuiker has set his sights on the world of cyber crime.
VH1 is bouncing into the NBA world for the latest in sports spouse skeins, concocting "Basketball Wives" for a March 15 premiere.
Fanlala, a startup teen-centric Web entertainment venture, has partnered with video-on-demand service Kabillion to distribute Fanlala vid content.
The stars and CEOs from Hollywood and Broadway who were eager to descend on the Obama White House for the annual Kennedy Center Honors this past weekend found the place a lot frostier and less…
Nielsen reported that 99% of video viewing in the U.S. during the third quarter was still done via traditional TV.
Oxygen is getting into business with hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons.