The New York Television Festival announced the winners of its Independent Pilot competition yesterday: the best pilot awards went to "Apartment 413" for comedy, "Dear Harvard" for drama, and "The…
Paybox Foxtel is positioning itself as kudocast central Down Under, acquiring exclusive rights to a range of awards shows.
Walt Disney Television is axing its U.K. female-skewed daytime web ABC1.
After five seasons on RTL 2, "24" is switching broadcasters and heading to rival ProSiebenSat1. The spy actioner will begin airing on the group's main channel ProSieben, which mainly airs U.S. fare…
Ramping up its ambitious growth plans, Lionsgate has acquired Mandate Pictures in a deal worth $56.3 million and installed Mandate CEO Joe Drake as chief operating officer of the Lionsgate Motion…
After years of trying, Image Entertainment has sewn up theatrical rights for a pair of features from Odd Lot Entertainment, though it has already decided that one of them will bypass the bigscreen…
With roughly 15,000 films screening at some 2,000 fests each year, few pics ever emerge from the clutter, let alone find theatrical distribution.
Charmer could become a sleeper hit if allowed to build word of mouth and screen count.
CBS is adding some Grammy muscle to its November sked. The Eye has ordered "My Night at the Grammys," a two-hour special linked to the kudocast's 50th anniversary.
Regent Releasing is teaming with veteran indie producer Mary Aloe to handle acquisitions in order to diversify its distribution slate through its $50 million P&A fund.