The “Mad Men” fan fave talks about that indecent-proposal episode, being scared of Joan, and the joys of episodic television work.
The new “Made in NY” Media Employee Training Program will award up to $500,000 in grants for small businesses to grow and train employees in the media and entertainment industries.
With Emmy nominations being announced this Thursday, we look at the likely nominees in the top categories. Also: some names that might surprise us.
Employment in the entertainment industry in Los Angles is almost back to pre-recession levels with on-location production days rising for the third year in a row, according to a new report.
Season 2 of "Smash" is going to be full of new faces playing rising and established stars on the behind-the-scenes Broadway drama.
Eric Dawson assumes casting duties for NBC’s re-imagining of the feuding clans, while Jennifer Cooper will cast “The List” and John Frank Levy and Melanie Burgess take on “The Advocates.”
Gaining critical exposure is more difficult for female actors and directors, according to a new report by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on Monday that the studio is expanding to meet record film & TV production demand in the city.
Veteran character actor Jim O'Heir takes abuse every week as Jerry Gergich on NBC's "Parks and Recreation." Why does he love it so much?
In the fourth episode of "The New Normal" politics appear! In a rather surprising turn, it is revealed that Goldie (the soon to be biological mother of David and Bryan's child) is voting for Mitt Romney.