KCOP Los Angeles has picked up "The Martin Short Show" for a fall debut (Daily Variety, March 2).
British-American media and telephony group NTL has bid A$650 million ($410 million) to buy the National Transmission Network from Australia's conservative federal government.
Tina Sharkey has been upped to group prexy of the Children's Television Workshop's newly created online division, signaling CTW's push to educate families via the Internet.
Time Warner chairman Gerald Levin is sitting on stock options worth more than $300 million, Time Warner revealed in its annual proxy statement, reflecting the rally in TW's stock price over the past…
Michael Eckert, CEO of the Weather Channel, has resigned his post after 17 years with the cable web and 14 years as its president.
The Academy Awards gave ABC a glitzy April 15-21 primetime Nielsens win that featured the Alphabet's biggest households margin of victory in four years.
Visual effects studio Digital Domain has upped C. Bradley Call to senior veep. He will report directly to prexy and CEO Scott Ross.
NBC and Paramount Network TV have finally reached an agreement on how to structure future series licensing agreements between the two companies.
TVT Records has tapped industry vet Mark Benesch as senior veep.
Peter Chernin, president and chief operating officer of News Corp. and chairman and CEO of the Fox Group, and David Matalon, president and CEO of New Regency Prods., are joining the supervisory board…
BET Movies will increase its commitment to independent black films by launching three new indie film franchises.
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