Granada Creative, Granada Media's programming arm, has sold a second format to the Fox net through reality producer LMNO Prods. Uniquely, the new show, "Boot Camp," which Fox has been eyeing (Daily…
Veteran broadcast exec Lance Taylor is in line to take over as head of current programming for Fox Broadcasting Co. as new web topper Gail Berman continues firming up her management team.
Management firm Industry Entertainment is ready for primetime, launching a new TV division under incoming exec Emile Levisetti.
ESPN Classic has joined the ranks of the cable channels that buy the broadcast window of theatrical movies, landing the rights to "Price of Glory," the New Line picture about a family of Latino…
Pax has altered its fall primetime lineup, scheduling the clip series "Masters of Illusion" and pushing the animated sitcom "The Rumfords" back to late fall or midseason.
Longtime KNBC-TV reporter Furnell Chatman, who captured the first on-camera interview with O.J. Simpson after his criminal trial, has been bumped up to weekend anchor for the L.A. station.
Scribe-producer John McNamara, exec producer of the upcoming CBS actioner "The Fugitive," has inked an exclusive multiyear development deal with Warner Bros. Television.
Robert Patrick will be the X-factor in "X-Files," as the actor is near a deal to join the series with an eye toward replacing David Duchovny, sources said. Patrick's hiring is expected to be…
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The "Sopranos" clan was on the phone with each other all morning Thursday buzzing about the show's 18 nominations, said David Chase, creator and exec producer of "The Sopranos." Among the 18 noms…
BBC America has signed digital carriage deals with Time Warner Cable and Comcast, extending the 2-year-old channel's potential reach to most corners of the U.S. The agreements will add an initial…