"The Fairly OddParents" scribe Steven Marmel has signed an exclusive overall deal with Walt Disney TV Animation and Disney Channel. Two-year pact calls for Marmel, who last created and exec produced…
Jeri Ryan is back at Fox, signing on for a recurring role on "The OC." Thesp, who appeared in the net's "Boston Public," will play Charlotte Morgan, a woman with a secret who becomes buddies with…
ABC "Good Morning America" senior producer Lisa Sharkey has ankled the morning show to become president of Al Roker Prods., which produces "Roker on the Road" for Food Network and "Al Roker…
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In a surprise summer staff shakeup, NBC Entertainment prexy Kevin Reilly is putting marketing exec Vivi Zigler in charge of production for all Peacock series programming.
Emmy-winning producer Michael Weisman has signed on as NBC Universal TV Group's first-ever utility player, lending a hand as an executive producer throughout the company. Weisman will be handed…
BET, the Viacom-owned cable network aimed at young black viewers, has hired director-writer Reginald Hudlin to help it produce more original shows. He'll take the new post of president of…
PBS prexy-CEO Pat Mitchell said she's optimistic that proposed cuts to public broadcasting will be overturned but admits there are several more hurdles.
Lions Gate TV has signed Bayonne Entertainment prexy Rob Lee to a one-year overall deal. Under the pact, Lee will develop programs for broadcast and cable, with an emphasis on reality skeins.
CBS News pulled the wraps off a Web-based 24-hour news platform through which it will provide streaming video from correspondents as well as live coverage of events such as the London bombings or the…
Fox research exec Lauren Fischer has been bumped up to vice president of the department. Fischer will oversee the network's ratings data distribution and work with Fox's sales, finance and scheduling…
Just a few days after the finale of "Dancing With the Stars" scored sizzling numbers for ABC, the premiere of Mark Burnett's "Rock Star" gave CBS little to sing about.