The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has selected winners for its 24th annual College Television Awards. First-place honorees receive a $2,000 cash prize and $2,000 in film stock from the Kodak…
Hollywood publicists tapped the publicity team for Sony's "Spider-Man" as the winner of their Maxwell Weinberg showmanship award for top publicity campaign.
Gab queen Kelly Ripa is headed for primetime, closing in on a deal to star in a new Touchstone-produced comedy for ABC. Ripa gave up her gig on Alphabet sudser "All My Children" last year.
The Game Show Network saw its highest numbers in its eight-year history Sunday night with the premiere of original doc "Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal."
Fox again cleaned up with a two-hour "American Idol" on Tuesday, topping the evening's combined demo scores of the other major networks, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Sales to the U.S. helped hike U.K. program exports revenue 6% to $666 million in 2002 despite continued difficult trading conditions worldwide, the British Television Distributors' Assn. said…
U.K. indie producer and distribber The Television Corp. has inked a distribution deal with Elisabeth Murdoch's prodco Shine.
So what does the world really think of America in these troubled times? A new 90-minute BBC program, made in collaboration with around a dozen international broadcasters, including PBS in the U.S…
In a surprise bonanza, giant Spanish telco Telefonica has announced that it will give its shareholders nearly half of its 59% stake in commercial broadcaster Antena 3.
Ken Jautz, executive VP and general manager of CNN Business News and CNNfn, has been named supervisory board chairman of AOL Time Warner's subsidiary German news channel N-TV.