Atlas Media, one of the biggest independent producers of nonfiction TV series for cable networks, has hired Jeanne McHale Waite for the new post of senior VP-general manager.
When he addresses the troops today on the state of his "TV 2.0" initiative, Jeff Zucker is expected to announce layoffs throughout NBC Universal.
This isn't your father's CBS -- or even your older brother's. CBS still loves its top-rated crime dramas and broad-based sitcoms. But this year, net execs say they're looking for more than what…
CBS is off the "Waterfront," while NBC has ordered 10 additional episodes of new gamer "1 vs. 100."
Heavy news coverage of the Oct. 2 Amish schoolhouse massacre, a severe Chicago storm that knocked out power to thousands and blocked out Nielsen on Oct. 3 as well as 10 baseball playoff games created…
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has upped Rick Meril to exec VP-general sales manager.
ESPN is on the verge of greenlighting production of "Hit Men," the pilot for a proposed scripted boxing series to be written and co-exec produced by John Eisendrath, in partnership with the hip-hop…
Fox has given a put pilot commitment to a project from scribe Emily Whitesell ("Once & Again") about a woman whose life is forever changed when she discovers a secret about her boyfriend.
New England's Sports Network was the highest rated regional sports net in baseball for the third consecutive season garnering a 10.6 average household rating for Red Sox broadcasts in the greater…
Despite enduring its share of challenges in recent years, pubcaster CBC remained a winner at the 21st annual Gemini Awards. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television on Wednesday wrapped up the…
In trying to turn Jean-Christophe Grange's young adult fantasy novel "The Stone Council" into a French "Sixth Sense," director Guillaume Nicloux takes a horribly wrong turn into a parallel universe…