Whatever bumps in the road threaten to upset the international TV business in 2011, and regardless of a challenging economy, the prospects for pay webs continue to look bright.
When it comes to blaming the media, America's political classes play a peculiar kind of game -- one that periodically sees them switching sides.
Goodbye Vegas, hello Miami. NATPE's annual convention is headed to the Sunshine State to court the Latin market and give the confab a much-needed shot in the arm.
CBS has ordered a drama pilot from writer Susannah Grant.
A $2-million suit filed by the former publicist for the Golden Globes against the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. once again raises charges about the integrity of the voting process for one of show…
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Members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have overwhelmingly ratified a three-year deal covering feature and primetime work by 93.5% support among…
A bitter dispute has arisen between casting directors and television studios over the issue of who pays for assistants to the casting directors during pilot season. The casting directors, who are…
Showtime officially announced production on an unscripted series featuring the World Series champion San Francisco Giants during David Nevins' first appearance before the Television Critics Assn. as…
ABC has given a pilot order to single-camera laffer "Suburgatory" from scribe Emily Kapnek.