"Grey's Anatomy" exec producer Jim Parriott is scrubbing in for the long-haul at Touchstone Television, inking a multiyear overall deal with the studio. Seven-figure pact calls for Parriott to…
Warner Bros.-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television has snagged its second pilot order in a week, setting up the legal-themed "American Crime" at Fox Broadcasting.
Fox TV Studios is blurring the line between reality and comedy, setting up hybrid laffer "Life of Leisure" at ABC. Also, alternative unit topper Holly Jacobs has quietly rounded out her talent roster.
NBA TV has bought reruns of Twentieth TV's "The White Shadow," with Ken Howard as a high-school basketball coach. It's the first scripted-series buy for the network in its six-year history.
Scott Weinberger has joined WCBS-TV New York as an investigative and general-assignment reporter.
An auction of Houdini collectibles provides the excuse for yet another documentary about the legendary magician that nevertheless proves extremely interesting -- an unsentimental portrait capturing…
Indie film and TV sales outfit High Point Films has tapped senior sales exec Tara Gaule to take on the mantle of world sales outside English-speaking territories.
Russian director Andrey Kravchuk's "The Italian" picked up the top prize at Cinekid, the children's film, TV and multimedia fest. Kravchuk beat out 14 other films in competition to walk away with the…
The TV-syndication marketplace is heating up, ignited by news that Sony Pictures TV has cleared "Judge Maria Lopez," its proposed daily syndicated TV court show, on TV stations in seven of the top 10…
The Czech Republic's one-year-old television awards, the Elsas, went out as usual Saturday night, but without half of the country's stations in attendance.