The sitcom boosters are out in force again, jumping on last week's report that Twentieth TV has racked up more than $41 million from the sale of reruns of "How I Met Your Mother" to TV stations in…
Disney's Buena Vista Prods. has named David Stone VP of development, focusing on nonscripted programming.
Bravo's claim to fame is firstrun series on design, fashion and celeb-reality, but the network has carved out a lucrative Friday and Saturday for theatrical library product.
Starz has hired John Landis to put together a 60-minute docu on cross-dressing in the movies.
Although it did not get the coin it was seeking, Twentieth TV has scored deals with the Fox-owned TV stations in N.Y., L.A. and Chicago for reruns of the hits CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."
The ranks of companies in Los Angeles focusing on sports production and marketing have added another player: Entertainment League Prods.
One of the most spirited auctions in the past couple of years has turned Twentieth TV's "How I Met Your Mother" into a potential nonstop revenue machine, whose reruns are poised to harvest upward of…
The once-battered syndication business may be on the road to recovery.
Twentieth TV has moved closer to rolling out a syndication version of Fox primetime series "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" by signing Jeff Foxworthy to repeat his role as host.
Filmmakers with feature-length documentaries about sports have submitted a batch of pictures to the first-ever U.S. Sports Film Festival, led by the premiere of "We Are Young: A Baseball Story," put…