U.K. women's channel LivingTV has acquired the rights to the 55th Primetime Emmy Awards.
With hardly a month to go before the Conditional Access System rolls out in India, Mumbai-based right-wing party supremo Bal Thackeray has put a spoke in the wheel.
Tamil thesp Kamal Hassan's latest production, "Sandaiyar" (Fighter), has been scrapped after members from one of India's castes objected to their portrayal as mindlessly violent.
A senior BBC executive has launched a scathing attack on American TV and warned that relaxing ownership rules allowing U.S. media groups to control U.K. stations risks turning British TV into "a…
The proposed 2.7 billion pounds ($4.4 billion) merger between struggling British TV titans Granada and Carlton, shareholders in dominant terrestrial commercial channel ITV, has inched a little closer…
Strand Releasing has picked up U.S. rights to Hong Kong helmer Cory Yuen's female assassin actioner "So Close," from Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia.
"King of Queens" scribes/showrunners Cathy Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith will be reppin' the 718 a little while longer. Duo have extended their seven-figure overall deal with Sony Pictures Television by…
Five years after Spyglass partner Roger Birnbaum and Disney first engaged Douglas Adams and his "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," Spyglass has set British commercial and video directing and…
This summer's ongoing game of TV exec musical chairs has skipped CBS: Development toppers Nina Tassler and Wendi Trilling are signing up to spend three more years at the Eye.
James Cromwell and Bruce Greenwood have signed to co-star in "I, Robot," the 20th Century Fox adaptation of the Isaac Asimov book that just began shooting in Vancouver.
Producer Mimi Polk Gitlin has inked a deal with Joshua Stern to script "Paper Dragon," a family action-adventure about a boy and his ancient Chinese warrior pal.