Bravo has brought down the curtain on "Queer Eye" by announcing that it will conclude the show's four-year run with a 10-episode final season.
Back in the TV syndication game, Merv Griffin returned to Vegas on Sunday night to pitch a new gameshow. "Let's Play Crosswords" echoes the style of Griffin's long-running syndie hits "Wheel of…
Creative business models, stable economies and the global embrace of telenovelas have buoyed Latin American markets to unprecedented success over the past several years. The big question is, will the…
The participation from the international contingent at NATPE is expected to be respectable rather than overwhelming, though there's no doubt that the globalization of the biz continues apace.
One day in 1979, Dick Robertson strode from 30 Rock to his hotel in midtown Manhattan, passing along the way a jewelry store on East 48th Street. So pumped was the syndie salesman that he forked out…
Emmy Award-winning producer Ian Praiser, 59 died Dec. 4 in Los Angeles of heart failure.
A good mash up of the Fox TV juggernaut and the best karaoke game series currently available, "Karaoke Revolution Presents American Idol" is a solid simulation of the reality show that confident…
"Monty Python's Spamalot" has set an opening night of March 31 for its production at Wynn Las Vegas.
Bravo has greenlit "Hey Paula!," a new docu-series following Paula Abdul. Series will provide a candid look at the "American Idol" judge, giving an inside perspective on her professional and personal…
The launch of two new consoles helped the vidgame biz to get back on the growth track in 2006. Following a slow 2005 in which revenue total vidgame sales were roughly flat, sales of games rose 6% to…
A Tennessee state senator is tired of girls going wild on raunchy latenight TV ads, so he introduced a bill to fine cable companies up to $50,000 for airing ads for obscene products.