Kelli and Estlin Feigley Dreaming Tree Films’ upcoming show has the distinction of being WTTW/11’s only locally-produced children’s series to air among its 12 hours of weekday and 12 hours of weekend shows.
After a 15 year absence including 11 years working for a bicoastal editorial company, producer Heather Richardson decided it was time to come home. On Jan. 5 she joined Cutters Studios as one of two producers on the editorial side.
That sound clinking champagne glasses you hear is coming from the deservedly ecstatic producers, cast and crew of “Empire,” which bowed on Fox network Wednesday night to a 3.8 rating and 9.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen ratings.
Young & Rubicam starts the New Year with departures and promotions. New co-executive creative directors and a new global talent director were announced to succeed two executives who left the agency over the holidays.
Installment two of “The School Project: Chicago Public Schools Close,” a series that examines public education after the fallout from the city’s 2013 historic closing of 49 schools, premieres Jan. 22 at the Logan Center at 6:30 p.m., free and open to all.