BCI, a wholly owned subsid of Navarre Corp., has licensed the long-term North American DVD publishing and distribution rights to programming from FremantleMedia's portfolio of TV shows and films…
Endemol U.K.'s managing director of digital media Peter Cowley kicked off NATPE Mobile on Monday with a keynote address highlighting his company's strategy for generating profits in the digital…
AMC's showbiz newsmag "Sunday Morning Shootout" is being shopped to local stations here at NATPE and is already close to tying up a deal in its first major market -- appropriately enough, L.A.
Roma Khanna, senior VP of content at Canada's Chum TV, has been nominated as co-chair of NATPE, the nonprofit group that organizes the annual syndie tradeshow.
Twentieth TV has renewed its three courtshows -- "Divorce Court," "Judge Alex" and "Cristina's Court" -- for the coming season. Deals were unveiled Monday in Vegas by Twentieth prexy-chief operating…
"American Idol" will launch a mobile venture simultaneous with the start of its sixth season on Jan. 16, Fremantle Media exec VP of licensing worldwide Keith Hindle announced Monday at NATPE Mobile.
Canada's CTV has inked a deal on day one of NATPE to pick up new international reality offering "On the Lot," the filmmaking competition exec produced by Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett for Fox in…
NATPE doesn't just attract program buyers and sellers. Research companies often use the event to pitch their latest studies and surveys.
At the 44th annual NATPE sales bazaar, 2007 is shaping up as the year of the boutique indie. With a lackluster development season for firstrun strips from the major Hollywood syndicators, companies…
Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has cleared its three courtshow strips -- newcomer "Judge David Young" as well as established contenders "Judge Maria Lopez" and "Judge Hatchett" -- in a vast number of…
John Malone's recently formed full-service showbiz company Starz Media will bring its first show to the NATPE convention this week.