They failed in robbing Mick Jagger, and now ABC has cut their mission short: "Knights of Prosperity," starring Donal Logue as the leader of a ragtag gang of wannabe criminals, has been pulled off the…
The Intl. Fight League, whose weekly two-hour primetime martial-arts matches kick off Monday on MyNetworkTV, has hired three veteran sports/entertainment execs to run its TV operation.
Leslie Moonves isn't just talking about starting a movie studio -- he's talking to execs who can run it.
Writer/producer Laurence Heath died Jan. 9 at his home in Brentwood, Calif. He was 78.
Congress and the Federal Communications Commission must "take steps to reduce excessive violence on television," said Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.), who is prepared to reintroduce legislation that…
A&E has promoted Dan Silberman to VP of publicity. He will run the corporate, trade and consumer aspects of the PR operation and work with A&E's sibling Biography Channel.
NBC News has moved quickly to replace John Reiss as exec producer of "Nightly News," naming former "Weekend Today" producer Alexandra Wallace to the post.
SCP Worldwide, the New York-based sports/media company, has bought an 80% stake in GolTV, the 24/7 U.S. TV network dedicated to wall-to-wall international soccer.
Telefe Intl. has signed with Endemol Argentina for 13 eps of "Acompanantes" (Escorts), an hourlong comedy about four down-on-their-luck men that form an agency to escort women.
Gail Berman, Lloyd Braun and Jeff Zucker -- who were slugging it out less than five years ago as rival network entertainment prexies -- are now in business together. Zucker's NBC Universal Television…
HBO is developing a political satire series, "The Gaggle," to bolster its lineup during the campaign for the White House in 2008.