NBC Enterprises' goal to harvest $1 million a week in license fees for "The Jane Pauley Show" is closer to success with the sale of the show in 75% of the country for its fall 2004 premiere.
In one of his biggest and most surprising hires, Roger Ailes announced Monday that Chris Wallace will join Fox News as Sunday morning host on the broadcast side and regular commentator on the cable…
Pol-ka Producciones, the independent outfit behind the hottest fiction programming on Argentine broadcaster Artear, has awarded the international rights for "Padre coraje" (Father Courage) to the…
Carlton America, the U.S.-based TV arm of Britain's Carlton Intl. Media Group, is developing Carlton-made drama "Soldier, Soldier" and sci-fi series "UFO" for the American market.
"Fairy Tale," the first gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender dating show, will hit the airwaves Nov. 2.
CBS has given itself a high five, while Fox has pulled the plug on "Luis." With the November sweeps right around the corner, Eye has given full-season, 22-episode orders to five of its six frosh…
A roughly 20-minute NFL overrun provided some momentum at the start of the night and the premiere of theatrical "What Women Want" finished things off strongly on Sunday for CBS, which led the evening…
Former Universal and Polygram exec Graeme Mason has been appointed head of media projects at 4 Ventures, the commercial arm of Brit TV web Channel 4.
Israeli diamond tycoon Lev Leviev has offered to help bail out local Russian-language cabler Israel Plus, which has been losing money since its launch last November.
Billionaire TV mogul John de Mol, co-founder of global production outfit Endemol, has picked up a 5.1% stake in children's network Fox Kids in the latest phase of a buying spree that is not expected…
Showtime is jumping back into the standup comedy business. After a years-long hiatus in headliner comedy shows, the net has recruited comedian-thesp Dave Chappelle to launch a handful of hourlong…