Sony Pictures TV has tapped Karen Glass VP of development.
After attracting teens to the CW with shows like "Gossip Girl" and "Privileged," Alloy has begun producing original programming for its own website Teen.com.
The Humanitas Prize is accepting submissions for its 35th annual kudos through April 1.
SAG's staying silent about its latest stalemate with the congloms even as there's no sign of movement toward a feature-primetime deal -- nine months after that pact expired.
ABC has added one more entry to its pilot roster, the laffer "This Little Piggy."
Gallic telco giant France Telecom-Orange has attracted 200,000 subs in 2008 for its new satellite pay TV service, which launched in July.
The rumors have been confirmed: Lebanon's Murr TV -- known locally as MTV -- will be on air again from March 31, more than six years after it was forced to close down Sept. 4, 2002.
Fox has opted to air its variety show starring the Osbourne family as a series of specials instead.
A prominent Saudi scholar has accused two media moguls of being as dangerous as drug dealers because the channels they own air films.
Season Pass' next Q&A is with "Lost" showrunners Damon Lindelof — who co-created the series with J.J. Abrams — and Carlton Cuse, who came onboard as exec producer after the pilot. This is your…
On a night when the top scripted programs aired in repeats, auds turned out in strong numbers Tuesday for reality programming, led, of course, by Fox's "American Idol." ABC also scored with more of…