Hollywood has a near grip on movie blockbusters. But its lock on TV's equivalent -- the miniseries -- may be faltering as more and more European companies carve a niche for themselves.
Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada has lifted its self-imposed ban on doing business with troubled Montreal-based kids TV producer Cinar.
Several senior employees at Toronto-based CTV have been quietly pinkslipped in recent weeks, leaving observers to wonder whether it's streamlining or even a possible sale that parent company BCE has…
Carlton Productions' entertainment department has been commissioned to produce three special editions of its British clip show "TV's Naughtiest Blunders" for Fox in the U.S.
NBC overpowered its competition on Thursday, winning the night by its largest margin of the season, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. Thanks to nearly 90 minutes of "Will & Grace,"…
The insolvency administrator of German film group Kinowelt Medien has given former toppers Michael and Rainer Koelmel and their financial backers until Nov. 27 to make good on their takeover offer…
The biggest changes to Blighty's TV program supply market in over a decade will be proposed Nov. 25. The move is likely to radically change the relationship between independent producers and the BBC.
The Fox network, Warner Bros. Television and Mohawk Prods. have set the cast of their midseason laffer "Wanda at Large," which has been reworked since the original pilot was shot.
Melva Goffney has been tapped senior VP of program research for NBC's West Coast operations.
HBO has lured veteran syndication-sales exec Tom Cerio to take on the new title of exec VP of program distribution -- another harbinger that censored versions of "The Sopranos" and "Sex and the…
Twentieth Television has renewed its syndicated court shows "Divorce Court" and "Texas Justice" for the 2003-04 TV season on the Fox O&Os.