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New Line Television believes in loyalty to its employees.
There appears to be no extinguishing the "Survivor" torch, as the fifth edition of the CBS reality adventure series opened very well on Thursday.
Robert Singer ("Falcone") has signed on to serve as exec producer-showrunner of the new CBS drama "Hack," which is getting a behind-the-scenes makeover before it even premieres.
In a surprise move guaranteed to send shockwaves through ITV and Channel 5, satcaster BSkyB is expected to announce that it has poached Channel 5 CEO Dawn Airey as managing director of Sky Networks.
The superstitious folks at CBS aren't taking any chances with the much-anticipated "CSI" spinoff "CSI: Miami."
Eric Frankel, president of domestic-cable distribution for Warner Bros., is trying to engineer a shotgun marriage between cable networks that are cutthroat competitors.
Twentieth Century Fox Television has extended its relationship with producer Daniel Paul to operate a weekly showcase for new comedic talent.
Fox's new Saturday ayem lineup got off to a rocky start as the season kicked off Sept. 14.
Canuck media giant Quebecor and its wholly owned cable subsidiary Videotron are suing former Videotron CEO Claude Chagnon for C$23.2 million ($14.7 million).