Just three months after getting into the primetime biz via a multiyear deal with Brad Grey Television, dot-com ad wizards Hungry Man Prods. is proving to be a tasty dish for network programmers. The…
Channel 4 has grabbed "Friends" and "ER" back from BSkyB in a three-year deal with Warner Bros. Intl. TV, reportedly worth $200 million.
William Haug has ankled his post as prexy and CEO of the Motion Picture and Television Fund. He will instead head up the Valley Children's Healthcare System in Madera.
Universal Studios and Konami Co. pacted Thursday to turn Universal franchises, including "The Mummy," "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas," Universal's classic monsters and "Woody Woodpecker,"…
USA Films' "Topsy-Turvy," an examination of the relationship of English composers-satirists W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, was the top winner at the 65th annual New York Film Critics Circle…
Beating larger rival Televisa in the race to go online, TV Azteca will buy a 50% stake in one of Mexico's leading Internet portals, Todito.com.
Showtime will help redress the well-publicized under-representation of blacks and Hispanics on television by greenlighting two hourlong series for the summer, "Resurrection Blvd." and "Soul Food."
USA Broadcasting has upped Helen Rosenberg from VP and controller to chief financial officer, the company has announced.
"Fight Club" director David Fincher and producer Art Linson have formed a production company and made a three-year exclusive deal at New Line Cinema.
FROM WESTERN CABLE "The future is huge." That's how Liberty Media Chairman John Malone explained Wall Street's valuation of Internet and the rest of the information industrial complex.
It's going to be a rockin' new year for veteran TV personality-mogul Dick Clark. The 70-year-old small-screen staple has signed on to host "Winning Lines," the upcoming CBS entry in the Y2K gameshow…
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