Joe Roth's still unnamed company will not only have an output deal with Sony, a pay TV deal with John Malone's Starz Encore Media Group and a broadcast TV deal with Fox, but each of these is also in…
NBC's frosh drama "The West Wing" has picked up a nice boost going into Emmy balloting season, snagging six nominations for the 16th annual Television Critics Assn. Awards.
Former "Law & Order" star Jill Hennessy will play Jacqueline Kennedy in NBC's upcoming mini "Jackie, Ethel, Joan: Women of Camelot."
It's out with the old and in with the new at Children's Television Workshop, which has changed its name to Sesame Workshop after 31 years.
Denis Leroy has been tapped production executive for Europe at Warner Bros. Intl. TV, and will be responsible for the overall management of all production-related issues in Europe for both…
Granada Creative, the programming arm of Granada Media, appointed Marcus Plantin to the new post of director, international entertainment production and formats, with particular responsibility for…
Hipster high schoolers are everywhere in "M.Y.O.B.," the Peacock web's sitcom from "The Opposite of Sex" director Don Roos. Loaded with potential, but bogged down with some far-fetched plot twists…
Stepping into the production game, actor Michael Rapaport ("Small Time Crooks") has formed Release Entertainment, together with former development exec Michael Lindenbaum, to create a slate of films…
It took a decade, but the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation finally staged a Media Awards program where you'd most expect it: in the "Gay Mecca" itself. Selling out its Argent Hotel venue at…
Jerry Moon, who has spent 30 years directing traffic and security operations for the annual Academy Awards shows, is retiring.
Helkon Media-based sales outfit Peppermint has acquired for worldwide distribution more than 250,000 titles stemming from Russia's national TV archives, previously unseen outside of the country.