Reality producers LMNO Prods. are expanding ranks, promoting Ruth Rivin to special project vice president and Emily Freeman to exec in charge of production for the cable group.
The WGA has set Sept. 29 as the deadline for submissions for the 2004 Writers Guild Television and Radio Awards. To be eligible for entry, scripts must have been produced under the jurisdiction of…
MediaCorp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) will merge TV and free newspaper operations after 18 months of bitter rivalry.
HBO has greenlit a pair of pilots from some old "Friends." Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow both will play troubled actresses in separate projects for the pay cabler.
America Online is partnering with Entertainment Weekly for an original Internet skein about the week in television.
Lifetime TV has unveiled "New Movie Monday," and it's not an idle boast: For all 52 weeks of the 2004-05 season, beginning this month, the network will jazz up every Monday night with an original TV…
Could NBC be ready to delay November's planned debut of "The Contender"?
Oscar would have had a field day. Studio execs who originally passed on "Angels in America" should note HBO's risk-taking move landed them 11 Emmy wins and countless accolades.
The producers of the Emmy Awards ran a tight ship this year -- maybe a little too tight. Although host Garry Shandling had it right in his monologue when he joked about the awards being "the part…
There was more "sweet" than "sorrow" for some TV vets Sunday, as Emmy voters bid a fond farewell to several long-running skeins.
Score two for the critics, as media darlings "The Sopranos" and "Arrested Development" walked away with the top Emmy prizes Sunday night. The HBO mob drama won its first-ever outstanding drama Emmy…