Both "America's Got Talent" and "Big Brother" tied for top show Wednesday night, but it was NBC who nudged past CBS for the win.
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CBS has ordered a comedy script from Sony Pictures Television and Jamie Tarses' shingle FanFare Prods.
Ascot Elite has picked up all German-speaking rights to Cannes Critics' Week winner "Take Shelter."
Foreign content on Oz TV screens grew 154% in the past three years, a report by funding org Screen Australia found.
LONDON -- The British Film Institute has appointed Eddie Berg to the newly created role of director of partnerships.
CBS Studios Intl. and Gallic TV group M6, one of France's top consumers of U.S. skeins, have extended their multi-year volume deal.
LONDON -- The BBC has snapped up U.K. TV rights to "The Slap," an eight-part skein based on Christos Tsiolkas' bestseller.
BBC topper Mark Thompson has launched a withering attack on James Murdoch, and what he claims is BSkyB's success in making the paybox's size a no-go zone for U.K. politicians.
European multiplex group Kinepolis has announced a 6.8% drop in ticket sales and a 4.9% fall in box office for the first six months of 2011.
Opening a made-for-TV movie starring two resolutely British comedians in the heat of summer tentpole season might not seem like a surefire recipe for box office success.
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