Turner Broadcasting's TBS and TNT have locked up the exclusive first broadcast window to the New Line theatricals "Drop Dead Gorgeous" and "The Astronaut's Wife."
AtomFilms, a Seattle-based 'Netcaster that specializes in short films, has opened a London office and launched a European channel.
George Clooney and Robert Lawrence, who formed their production partnership three years ago under the Maysville Pictures shingle, are calling it quits.
James Murdoch has been named executive VP of News Corp., the company announced Wednesday.
Hearst Prods. will produce an original weekly cable series based on the Hearst Magazine Group's House Beautiful for A&E, which is 37.5% owned by Hearst Broadcasting.
Lifetime's precedent-setting cablecast of ABC's "Once and Again," just three days after its network premiere, has generated mixed Nielsens.
Tourism commissioner Mike Rowse has indicated that the Hong Kong government and the Walt Disney Co. may not be ready by the end of October to announce plans to build a theme park in the territory…
Comic Rachel Dratch is joining NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as a featured player.
Twentieth Century Fox business affairs VP Steven Bersch has been tapped as prexy of Fox Interactive. He replaces Jon Richmond in part of a larger exec shuffle at News Corp.
With King World and NBC O&Os still playing hardball over "The Roseanne Show," week one of the national syndicated ratings season brought a scary 71% plunge in auds for the program in year-to-year…
Channel Four Intl. has pacted with Warner Bros. Television and Columbia TriStar Television to remake two Channel 4 series for the U.S. market.
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