If HBO is known as the belle of the docu ball, prexy Sheila Nevins is the undisputed queen of the castle, a tastemaker who comes to fests like Sundance not to ogle, not to acquire, but to inspire…
Scott Landsman has been upped to veepee of original programming and development at Comedy Central.
ABC has joined most of the other broadcast nets in opting to cut back some of its scripted development for the 2008-09 season.
Jeff Valdez, producer and founder of cabler Si TV, has been named chairman of the board of QuePasa Corp., parent company of the Hispanic online service QuePasa.com.
Disney Channel programming exec Scott Garner is heading to Lifetime, where he's been named senior VP of planning, scheduling and acquisitions.
HBO is justifiably proud of its original series, but the pay channel seldom touts the various staples found on sister channel Cinemax -- half-hour shows like "The Erotic Traveler," "Sin City…
Culture on pay-per-view TV suffered a setback Thursday when the Metropolitan Opera canceled its plans to funnel eight operas to at least 30 million digital-cable homes this year.
This sounds like fun. ABC plans to air an "enhanced" version of "Lost’s" two-hour third season finale, "Through the Looking Glass," on Jan. 30, the night before season four begins, at long last. Per…
As the Screen Actors Guild readies its first-ever awards to stuntpersons, some have found irony in recognizing a community at the exact moment when CGI advances seem destined to render that community…
Despite the known unknowns caused by the writers strike that have kept awards ceremony producers on pins and needles, there's at least one constant to satisfy a red-carpet-hungry public: The Screen…
As the National Assn. of Television Program Executives prepares to gather in Las Vegas Jan. 28 for its annual confab, the raison d'etre for attending feels more in flux than ever before.