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NL names Busby to sr. vp production

9 September 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Former Carsey-Werner senior vp and development chief Kathy Busby has joined New Line Cinema as senior vp production. During her six-year tenure at Carsey-Werner, Busby developed such television series as Whoopi, The Tracy Morgan Show, Game Over and Grounded for Life. She also wrote and directed the short film My Purple Fur Coat, which has screened in more than 10 film festivals and won a prize for best children's short at the Houston Black Film Festival. Busby recently wrapped her second short film, End of Discussion. »

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NL ups Busby to sr. vp production

8 September 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Former Carsey-Werner senior vp and development chief Kathy Busby has joined New Line Cinema as senior vp production. During her six-year tenure at Carsey-Werner, Busby developed such television series as Whoopi, The Tracy Morgan Show, Game Over and Grounded for Life. She also wrote and directed the short film My Purple Fur Coat, which has screened in more than 10 film festivals and won a prize for best children's short at the Houston Black Film Festival. Busby recently wrapped her second short film, End of Discussion. »

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Von Kruedener leaves Sony for Beta Film

24 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- Veteran German sales exec Moritz von Kruedener has left his job as managing director of the German office of Sony Pictures Television International to join his old boss Jan Mojto at Beta Film. Von Kruedener has been named managing director of Beta Film and will be responsible for sales of Beta Film's television and film product to German-speaking Europe. Von Kruedener's main job will be managing the massive rights catalog Beta acquired from the insolvent KirchMedia. The library, packaged under Beta-KirchMedia joint venture Kineos, contains more than 10,000 titles, includes classics (Federico Fellini's La Strada, Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Lilli Marlene), newer films (Evita, The Big Kahuna) and such TV series as Angel, Roswell and Grounded for Life.The move is a return home for von Kruedener, who started his professional career as Mojto's assistant when Mojto was deputy head of KirchMedia. »

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Devlin on MTV, VH1 beat for 'ET'

16 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Ryan Devlin has been named the new host of the MTV and VH1 versions of newsmagazine Entertainment Tonight. He will report on music, TV, film and fashion for ET on MTV and ET on VH1, which are in their fourth seasons. Maria Menounos was the previous host of both shows, which are produced by Paramount Domestic Television. Devlin recently had a recurring role on the WB Network sitcom Grounded for Life and was co-host of Spike TV's late-night show MDN. »

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Martin, Schiff in living deal with 20th TV

7 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Comedy writer-producers Bill Martin and Mike Schiff have inked a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV, the studio that gave them their big break more than 10 years ago with writing jobs on the sketch comedy series In Living Color. Under the seven-figure pact -- which has an option for a third year -- Martin and Schiff, creators/executive producers of the comedy Grounded for Life, will develop new half-hour projects for 20th Century Fox TV and might join an existing 20th TV series. "We're happy to be at 20th, back where we began," Schiff said. »

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FX set to pin star on Logue for 'El Centro'

1 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

FX is developing a one-hour drama with Donal Logue attached to star as well as write and produce. The cable network has ordered a script for El Centro from Logue, who recently completed his run on the WB sitcom Grounded for Life, and brothers John and Rick Dahl (Red Rock West), who would executive produce. Logue would star as a sheriff in Mexicali, the desert region along the California-Mexico border. No director or studio is attached. Logue is making his feature directorial debut with Tennis, Anyone? an independent comedy about struggling actors at a celebrity tennis tournament that makes its debut this month at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colo. Logue also has appeared in The Tao of Steve and ER. John Dahl directed Rounders, and Rick Dahl was an executive producer on Unforgettable. Logue and both Dahls are repped by CAA. »

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