Peter Chernin's unnamed production shingle continues to add executives, with former NBC drama exec Lauren Stein the latest to sign on.
The surest sign of the incredibly tight job market for television writers can be found in the credits of new fall series.
Major showbiz congloms, a handful of top advertisers and media buying agencies are in talks to develop a more detailed way of tracking content.
Frank Spotnitz is peering into the future for his next batch of TV projects.
Nicky Weinstock's career continues to take interesting turns. This time he's segueing from head of development at Apatow Prods. to head of comedy at Peter Chernin's still-unnamed shingle based at Fox.
Tad Smith, former CEO of Variety parent company Reed Business Information, has been named prexy of the local media division for Cablevision Systems Corp.
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and CBS did an about-face on Wednesday.
The WGA West has cleared Jay Leno of violating the guild's strike rules during the 100-day work stoppage in late 2007-early 2008.
AMC is venturing into zombie-drama territory with multi-hyphenate Frank Darabont.
Seymour Cassel will be on the SAG ballot as a candidate for prexy after all.
"King of the Hill" will get a proper sendoff with an hourlong series finale set to air Sept. 13.