PBS has picked up one series from Brandon Tartikoff's Moving Target Prods. and passed on another, the service confirmed.
Despite comments made by a Japanese Ministry of Post and Telecommunications official indicating a change from analog to digital TV formatting, recent rumors that Japan was giving up its…
The Winter Olympics left many syndicated shows on thin ice during the four weeks of Nielsen national barter rankings corresponding to the local market February sweeps. Massive preemptions, atypical…
MCA/Universal has cut itself a sweet deal. When the MetroRail station opens its doors on Lankershim Boulevard, a half-mile from the studio's theme park in North Hollywood, undoubtedly the studio will…
BBC Radio said Wednesday it was launching a "good news" show in Britain after one of its announcers campaigned for less gloomy news reports.
After six brutal and costly months, Dutch entertainment mogul Joop van den Ende has thrown in the towel on his Broadway production of "Cyrano: The Musical." The show will close at the Neil Simon…
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have apparently resolved a dispute over the Daytime Emmy Awards, which will air May 25 on ABC, with…
British Sky Broadcasting, the Rupert Murdoch-owned satelliter, is embarking on a free home trial in an effort to boost dish sales and subscription revenues.
Bruce Helford, creator and exec producer of the new Disney-NBC series "Someone Like Me," has left the show, which premiered on Monday.
Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Jonathan Dolgen is the first top executive recruited by Sumner Redstone for the newly merged entertainment conglomerate Paramount/Viacom.