Britain's Office of Fair Trading looks set to refer the proposed £2.6 billion ($4 billion) merger between the big two shareholders in ITV -- Granada and Carlton -- to the Competition Commission later…
"Dawson's Creek" -- the show that turned the WB into a bona fide network -- will sail into the sunset this May after five angst-filled years. The WB plans to air a two-hour "Dawson's" finale May 14…
Barry Levinson and Paula Weinstein's Baltimore-Spring Creek has signed a three-year first-look production deal at Warner Bros.
School's back in session for the WB's Mike Fleiss-produced reality hit "High School Reunion."
Fox Sports Networks prexy Bob Thompson will now also oversee day-to-day operation of Fox Sports Net, the company confirmed Friday.
It may be too early to say if ABC News vet Sam Donaldson will have his own primetime cable news program on MSNBC, but both sides are sounding eager to get to the table.
Add another trio of pilots to Warner Bros. TV's drama roster.
Two American TV teams were in Egypt last month gauging locals' reaction to the troubles in the Middle East, Iraq and Afghanistan for Stateside auds.
The $2.3 billion sale last week of Deutsche Telekom's six regional cable franchises has left Germany's media industry anxiously wondering what comes next.
A comedy renaissance in Aussie TV sees a raft of new laffers ramping up for the 2003 sweeps starting Feb. 9.
Celebrity chefs continue to serve up huge auds in the U.K., and the hottest on the menu is 27-year-old Jamie Oliver.