Chinese broadcasters' plans to go digital have suffered a setback, as new figures show digital cable ended 2003 with just 201,000 subscribers, way behind the 1 million target.
The Recording Academy will stage February's Grammy Awards in two separate buildings with an eye toward nabbing a TV home for the pretelecast portion of the kudos ceremony.
Britney Spears is ready to make a serious commitment to feature films. As Spears circles a screen version of "The Dukes of Hazzard" and the Tim Allen comedy "In the Pink," the songstress has made a…
Richard Green, longtime co-head of the literary department at United Talent Agency, is ankling the tenpercentery for Creative Artists Agency.
Liberty Media revealed Wednesday that it has amassed a hefty 9.15% voting stake in News Corp. -- the second largest voting bloc after chairman Rupert Murdoch's -- giving Liberty's maverick chairman…
"Boston Public" has been suspended -- but Fox insists the show hasn't yet been permanently expelled from its lineup. Production on the David E. Kelley Prods./20th Century Fox TV skein will cease…
In a weekend of high-profile cable premieres, TNT's update of "The Goodbye Girl" and Showtime's lesbian-centered drama "The L Word" bowed to solid, but not socko, auds in their respective debuts.
Fox added a drama and comedy pilot to its roster Wednesday, while ABC ordered two more hourlongs and NBC landed a laffer.
Jamie Geller Hawtof has joined 20th Century Fox as senior VP of publicity. She'll report to Jeffrey Godsick, executive VP of marketing.
ABC's heading back into the "Life of Luxury," ordering four more editions of the Robin Leach-fronted special. The initial edition of "Luxury," from Andy Friendly Prods., was golden for ABC in…