The Sci-Fi Channel has picked up the Francis Ford Coppola-produced original skein "First Wave" for a March premiere.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWThe Sci-Fi Channel has picked up the Francis Ford Coppola-produced original skein "First Wave" for a March premiere.
Univision flagship KMEX Los Angeles will add a 6-7 a.m. newscast to its weekday lineup beginning Jan. 4. The move by the Spanish-lingo station underscores the increasing appetite in the L.A. market…
Frosh syndie strip "Forgive or Forget" is poised to graduate to a sophomore season next year as distrib Twentieth TV has inked renewals with stations in Gotham, L.A. and six other major markets.
On the eve of the annual Western Cable Show, TBS and TNT have once again flexed their muscles, committing upward of $150 million to snare the rights to "Men in Black," "Ransom," "Scream" and dozens…
Showbizzers are buzzing about the Walt Disney Co.'s move to limit the number of Disney and ABC employees covered by non-union employment contracts.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks are returning to the World War II battlefield to produce a 13-hour miniseries for HBO based on the best-selling combat tome "Band of Brothers."
"3rd Rock From the Sun" showrunners Bill Martin and Mike Schiff have inked a development deal with the Carsey-Werner Co.
The just-wrapped November sweep was pretty much business as usual for the daytime syndie yak pack, although the "Jerry Springer Show's" stratospheric rise has slowed since the May sweep.
The end of the November sweep brings further evidence to TV station managers in Gotham and Los Angeles that fewer and fewer locals are tuning in to the afternoon and evening newscasts that…
Kidvid maven Ellen Levy-Sarnoff is returning to the Saban Entertainment fold through a first-look production deal with Fox Family Worldwide, the kidvid partnership of Saban and News Corp.