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.
Starz has hired John Landis to put together a 60-minute docu on cross-dressing in the movies.
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.
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…