Ben Silverman, exec producer of "Ugly Betty" and "The Office," is assuming a new "Identity" for NBC. Peacock is fast-tracking production on a Silverman-produced quizzer to be hosted by Penn Jillette…
Few, if any, British TV toppers have ever enjoyed such enormous power over scripted shows as Jane Tranter, following her promotion to the newly created post of controller of BBC fiction in September.
When Laureen Ong took her post as president of the National Geographic Channel in 2000, she was the fledgling network's first and only employee.
As much work as Steven Spielberg has done to shape television over the course of his career, it's only natural that television has reached to tweak the filmmaker back.
Consider Simon Cowell the Chris Daughtry of reality show producers. Daughtry performed decently as an "American Idol" contestant last season and had his rabid fans, but came up short when competing…
CBS News has a legendary past, but until recently its position in the digital future seemed cloudy at best. While CBS has news written into its DNA, it has no cable play and very little profile on…
While many bigscreen producers and directors attach themselves to a TV project to round out their resume, their actual contributions are often a point of debate. Possibly they're onboard only to…
After another awful autumn, execs at Fox are once again counting the days until the return of "American Idol." TV's most-watched show has consistently proved its ability to work wonders for the…
After taking some jabs to the solar plexus earlier this fall, CBS vet "CSI" is fighting back in its heavyweight tussle with "Grey's Anatomy."
Georges Leclere, senior VP for international outreach at the Intl. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, will ankle his post at the end of the year to become a consultant to various overseas TV…
The battle for control of ITV, Blighty's biggest private terrestrial broadcaster, is poised to develop into a face-off between the Murdoch clan and Virgin Atlantic owner Richard Branson.