Danielle Lux, the BBC's controller of entertainment commissioning, is reportedly in line to become Channel 4's new head of arts and entertainment.
The age of one-network dominance may be over. In a year in which sitcoms flopped and real people popped, telepics fizzled and crime dramas sizzled, no single web ruled supreme. Instead, the Big Four…
Though the biggest shops still develop all sorts of nifty proprietary systems for dealing with different aspects of feature effects, there's an increasing emphasis on off-the-shelf software for 2-D…
The metaphorical elephant represents the imminent sale of Fox Family by parent company News Corp. to a media biggie such as AOL Time Warner, Walt Disney, Viacom, Sony, NBC, MGM or Comcast, all of…
When HBO cut two episodes of "Arliss" from its sked recently, it appeared the cabler was lowering the boom on the oft on-the-bubble skein. But the cut was no knock on the show, which stars Robert…
The L.A. Lakers have crushed their opposition during their record-setting push toward an NBA title repeat, and they've put a major hit on the Peacock's ratings, too.
Longtime telepic exec Tom Russo has jumped to series television, taking on duties as senior vice president of current programming at Paramount Network TV.
Tribune Entertainment has wrapped up broadcast syndication deals with TV stations across the country to debut NBC's Saturday-morning teen sitcom "City Guys" as an off-net weekday strip this fall.
Klasky Csupo, creator and production company behind "Rugrats" and "The Wild Thornberrys," has launched a live-action commercial division, Ka-Chew!, led by commercials veteran Paul Babb as executive…
On May 16, Spanish pic distributor Francisco Hoyos, a party-hearty phenomenon, at last found temporary rest: Under general anesthetic, he was given a triple bypass at a Madrid hospital. Spectacularly…