The Caucus for Television Producers, Writers and Directors has tapped 14 nominees, including three from "The West Wing," for its 18th annual awards at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Jan. 14.
"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" star Michelle Yeoh is being courted to star in the two sequels of "The Matrix," which Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures will start shooting next year.
Cablevision Systems, which once planned to create a tracking stock for its Rainbow Holdings programming unit, is now instead culling through a broadening number of initial bids by companies including…
Motion Picture Assn. chairman-CEO Jack Valenti commended U.S. Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky Monday for redoubling efforts to help spread more American movies, music and TV programs to…
After seven stints as an Oscar presenter, Steve Martin has nabbed the big job -- emceeing the 73rd annual Academy Awards. Gil Cates, who was named last week as producer of the kudocast, made the…
WNBA games will bounce from Lifetime to ESPN2 next season. Although Lifetime still has two more years left on its six-year deal with the WNBA, both orgs decided the games would fare better on an…
Sisters Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen will team up to star in and produce "The Old Settler" for "PBS Hollywood Presents," an upcoming national TV drama series from KCET. The series, originally…
The biggest piece of primetime television's midseason puzzle was placed by CBS on Monday as the net announced that the second edition of "Survivor" will air Thursdays at 8. By scheduling "Survivor…
Time's up for "Equal Time," the MSNBC talker co-hosted by former Clinton aide Paul Begala and radio host Oliver North, best known for his role in the Iran-Contra scandal. North and Begala will remain…
Guidance has been selected to develop the official Web site for the National Assn. of Television Programming Executives at natpe.org.