John Wells has hardly slowed down since marathon negotiations for the Writers Guild of America ended 11 days ago in a tentative deal.
Frontline docu "LAPD Blues" traces the roots of the monumental Rampart police fiasco, and ultimately questions whether the true scandal lies in the retention of corrupt cops or the expulsion of good…
Of the Emmy Awards given in 44 categories over the weekend, 11 went to programs that air on ABC and 11 to programs on PBS.
Fall lineups for CBS and Fox slowly started to take shape Monday as execs at both webs began greenlighting projects for the coming season.
Jeff Zucker is playing it safe. At the Peacock's upfront presentation for advertisers held at Radio City Music Hall, his first since being named NBC Entertainment prexy in December, Zucker emphasized…
Pearson TV North America's new deputy CEO Catherine Mackay has elevated Cecile Frot-Coutaz to exec VP of commercial and operations, continuing the restructuring of the revamped Pearson Television.
Elisabeth Murdoch has raised an extra £6 million ($8.5 million) for her TV and film production company, Shine Entertainment.
VH1 Classic, the digital-network clone of VH1 that focuses on musicvideos from the 1960s, '70s and '80s, has landed carriage deals with three big cable operators that will put the service before 8…
Rupert Murdoch downplayed fears that his News Corp. with DirecTV in tow would become a threatening presence in the media space. "We'll still be a minnow compared to AOL Time Warner," he said.
Telemundo is adding several hours of novelas to its daily programming this fall, betting heavily that more soaps will woo viewers from market-leader Univision.
If ABC can persuade Steven Bochco to ramp up production on "NYPD Blue," Barbara Walters may get a seven-week vacation -- and she's fine with that.
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