After more than a year of speculation, NBC has finally removed Scott Sassa as its top West Coast entertainment exec, handing over all his responsibilities to Peacock entertainment prexy Jeff Zucker.
It's official: Network news has gone soft again. At least according to one org. The Project for Excellence in Journalism will release the results of a study today that claims broadcast news is as…
It could be a whole new twist on reality TV. That's the preliminary word from some news networks as they digested the possibility that, for the first time ever, Democrats and Republicans may hold…
Veteran 20th Century Fox TV production and finance exec Charlie Goldstein is ankling to set up a 20th-based production shingle.
Angela Bettis ("Girl, Interrupted"), currently on Broadway in the revival of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," has nabbed the title role in NBC's three-hour telepic adaptation of Steven King's "Carrie."
There was no big ratings payoff for Fox drama "24" on the final Tuesday of the season, although it topped its drama competition in key demos.
Fox-owned UPN affiliate KCOP Los Angeles will move its flagship evening newscast from an hour at 10 p.m. to a half-hour at 11 p.m., starting June 3.
"Damaged Care" is a film that has two emotional modes, righteous indignation and self-pity. Seeking to be an indictment of the managed-care industry, this Showtime original undercuts its point of…
Jeremy Irons as Fitzgerald and Neve Campbell as his trusted secretary Kroll create an intriguing dynamic of protege and pupil, while the movie explores how Fitzgerald's final book, "The Last Tycoon,"…
Following its November decision to beef up brand extension operations, NBC Enterprises has inked merchandising pacts for "Fear Factor" and several of its daytime soaps.
MGM, which acquired a 20% stake in Rainbow Media's cable networks last year, has struck an output deal to distribute selected indie films on VHS and DVD from IFC Entertainment, a unit of Rainbow's…