Vet TV exec Andrew Shaw goes from gamekeeper to trapper this month, moving from Television New Zealand to indie production after 26 years with the pubcaster.
A handful of Australian live musical theater producers have stepped up their bids for Asian entertainment dollars and set China firmly within their sights.
"No Ordinary Girl" is now a no-go at the WB. Frog has pulled the plug on the planned summer 2002 dramedy from Bob Brush and Michael Dinner ("The Wonder Years"), despite extensive efforts on the part…
In a move set to enhance the transatlantic standing of Berlin's Studio Babelsberg, Gabriela Bacher, topper of Los Angeles-based indie Primary Pictures, has been tapped to head the legendary studios.
Wayne Newton, Siegfried & Roy, Clint Holmes, Lance Burton and Bob Anderson are among the stars skedded to perform in a Veteran's Day concert Nov. 11 to benefit the USO. Show will mark the first time…
TV academy officials and CBS execs hope to make a decision by Friday on how to proceed with this year's Emmy Awards.
Regional TV stations are flowering in Indonesia despite a flailing economy. The Surabaya-based Jawapos newspaper group will bow its second channel, JTV, Nov. 10.
Peru's television industry is reeling in the wake of the Oct. 3 arrest of Ernesto Shutz, majority shareholder in Panamericana Television, Channel 5, on corruption and embezzlement charges.
International distributors at the Mipcom TV mart, which starts Oct. 8, had better gear themselves up for some tough talking with the CIA -- Canal Plus Intl. Acquisitions, that is.
Stephen Herek is in discussions to direct "Tucker Ames" for Fox 2000. Story, penned by Kevin Wade, with current revisions by Audrey Wells, centers on a Bill Gates-esque character with a fear of…
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