Moments before the kick-off of the World Cup in South Korea Friday, Kirch Media and German pubcasters ARD and ZDF announced that they could not reach agreement on how to digitally transmit the…
Jerry Nachman, recently installed VP/editor in chief of MSNBC, will serve as executive consultant on upcoming talker "The John Walsh Show."
Theatrical movies have fallen out of favor at the broadcast networks.
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MGM, which acquired a 20% stake in Rainbow Media's cable networks last year, has struck an output deal to distribute selected indie films on VHS and DVD from IFC Entertainment, a unit of Rainbow's…
"Fastlane" is fast becoming one of the more talked about new fall series that foreign station buyers are circling.
Ozzy Osbourne's and Tony Soprano's favorite network, the History Channel, will add five original series to its primetime schedule for 2002-03, along with a half-dozen new miniseries and specials.
Europe's pubcasters have approached soccer association Fifa with an offer for the TV broadcasting rights to the 2006 World Cup, still held by the cash-strapped Kirch Group.
NBC Enterprises has renewed its rookie yakker "The Other Half" in nine of the top 10 markets, including New York and Los Angeles, representing 78% of the U.S.
The World Cup soccer dream of South African terrestrial station e.tv is becoming a nightmare -- it could end up with a shortfall of $5 million on the reported $10 million it paid for exclusive…
Two new TV series skedded for fall have inadvertently set a paradigm for the nets' upcoming season. In ABC's "That Was Then" and the WB's "Do Over," the shows' lead characters travel back to the…
Hoping to give affils and David Letterman a boost, CBS Wednesday unveiled a fall schedule that features new high-profile 10 p.m. dramas almost every night of the week.