CNBC anchor Chris Matthews is close to inking a new long-term deal with the Peacock-owned cabler that could result in his nightly "Hardball" yakker moving to MSNBC.
Just how digital will "Star Wars: Episode II" be? Maybe not as digital as George Lucas hopes. Costs and capabilities of the new, untested cameras being developed by Sony and Panavision may keep him…
Nova TV license holder CET 21 has secured financing for a new broadcast provider.
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The Food Network has enticed Morley Safer and Martha Stewart to series berths.
As the estimated 7,000 TV and radio marketers emerged from Promax/BDA '99, many were still grappling with a basic truism: The Internet is the key marketing avenue of the future.
Russian commercial channel TV6 -- the country's first independent broadcaster -- confirmed Thursday that station founder and prexy Eduard Sagalayev has sold a stake in the channel to Boris Berezovsky.
Tricia Davey has joined the Broder, Kurland, Webb, Uffner agency as a literary agent, focusing on selling film rights to books and other material. Davey last served as an agent at ICM, where she…
The FX cabler has picked up the off-network rights to the Chris Carter drama "Millennium," which was recently canceled after three seasons on Fox.
Pearson TV has appointed David Lyle as its worldwide head of light entertainment development, acquisition and resources.
In an effort to expand its e-commerce and marketing efforts online, Columbia TriStar Home Video has upped Paul Culberg to the newly created position of executive veep worldwide, while Marshall…
New Line hopes fans of Austin Powers will not only invade movie theaters to see "The Spy Who Shagged Me" but will let the British agent overtake their computers as well.